A judge has agreed to reduce the sentence of former 6ix9ine associate and Nine Trey Bloods member Roland "Ro Murda" Martin after he was attacked in Brooklyn’s Metropolitan Detention Center, Complex reports.
Martin was arrested two weeks after 6ix9ine and other Nine Trey members were apprehended by authorities in New York City. Martin, who was reportedly a senior figure in Nine Trey, was nearly killed during a stabbing attack on May 30 after he reportedly renounced his gang affiliation. Judge Paul Engelmayer reportedly cited the attack in his decision to reduce Martin's sentence to 66 months from an initial 90.
Martin was allegedly involved in some of the most controversial incidents of 6ix9ine's career. He is alleged to have robbed a rival rapper named "Junior Boy," and took part in a shooting near Barclay's Arena in New York City.
Judge Engelmayer reportedly declined a request from Martin's attorney to factor in time served, but said he appreciated his plea of guilty and decision to renounce his gang membership.