A Yemeni-American accused of helping send men to a militant training camp has been sentenced in New York.
The man, Aref Ahmed, gets more than three years in prison for a cigarette-smuggling operation. He was convicted last year of money laundering and trafficking in contraband cigarettes. Federal prosecutors also accuse him of giving 140-thousand dollars to members of the so-called Lackawanna Six. He hasn't been charged with that, however.