NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The last of three World Trade Center BASE jumpers is set to be sentenced on Monday.

In June, 28-year-old Marko Markovich was convicted of misdemeanor charges, including reckless endangerment.

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He, Andrew Rossig and James Brady parachuted from the top of One World Trade in the early hours of Sept. 30, 2013.

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A video of the jump was posted on YouTube and surveillance video captured the jumpers landing in front of the Goldman Sachs building.

The three were acquitted of felony burglary. Last Monday, Rossig and Brady were sentenced to community service and were each fined $2,000.

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Kyle Hartwell, who acted as a lookout for the three BASE jumpers, was sentenced to 100 hours of community service last month.