The last of four men convicted in a 2009 FBI sting for attempting to bomb Riverdale synagogues and shoot down military planes with missiles was sentenced to 25 years behind bars yesterday.

Southern District Judge Colleen McMahon ordered Laguerre Payen to prison for his role in the Riverdale bombing plot, but not before she again criticized the government for creating a crime of terrorism where one did not exist through the instigation of a confidential informant.

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