RIVERHEAD, N.Y. (AP) — The last of seven Long Island teenagers involved in the 2008 stabbing death of an Ecuadorean immigrant has been sentenced to five years in prison.

Marcelo Lucero was stabbed in a confrontation near the Patchogue, N.Y., train station. The killing focused national immigration debate on Long Island.

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Nicholas Haush, who’s now 19, was a key prosecution witness in the trial against co-defendant Jeffrey Conroy.

Haush said Conroy admitted inflicting what turned out to be the fatal blow.

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Conroy was the only defendant to go to trial. He was convicted of manslaughter and is serving a 25-year prison term.

The others, including Hausch, pleaded guilty to gang assault and other charges and are also in prison.

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