Martin Angelina, a South Philadelphia mobster, was sentenced Monday to 57 months in federal prison for racketeering involving loan sharking and illegal gambling.
Angelina, 50, pleaded guilty last month to a racketeering conspiracy charge and three related extortion and gambling charges.
He admitted using extortion to collect loans and operating an illegal video-poker-machine business.
Angelina was among 13 mobsters and associates indicted with acting mob boss Joseph "Uncle Joe" Ligambi.
Ligambi and seven others are scheduled for trial on Oct. 9 before U.S. District Judge Eduardo C. Robreno, who sentenced Angelina.