Prosecutors say a third person has been sentenced in a human trafficking case in which the victims were forced to trade sexual acts for money and drugs.
They said 28-year-old Gregory Worthley, of Manchester, New Hampshire, was sentenced Wednesday to two to four years in prison after he pleaded guilty to two counts of trafficking.
Two others have been sentenced, one of them 10 to 20 years in prison.
Investigation into sex trafficking in Manchester began May 25, 2015.
Two of the individuals, Nathanial Clark, 37 and Amber Ford, 27, have already been sentenced in this case.