One of the gang of men from Monroe County who traveled to Pike County where they were involved in a stomping death over drugs and money has been sentenced to more than 10 to 20 years in state prison.

Coneil Moore, 33, was sentenced to 11.5- to 24-years in prison by Pike County Senior Judge Kenneth W. Seamans.

Moore had pleaded guilty to third-degree murder in the death of Joseph Stengline, a 62-year-old man who was stomped to death by five men from Monroe County on Dec. 8, 2017, said Wayne County District Attorney A.G. Howell.

As part of the plea, Moore also waived all post sentence rights, appellate rights and post-conviction relief acts rights, Howell said in a news release Thursday.

Moore and his associates from the Poconos traveled from Monroe County to Gouldsboro to commit the robbery, the district attorney said.

Stengline was kicked and stomped repeatedly, causing a skull fracture and subdural hematoma. He died five days later in the hospital, the district attorney said.

The district attorney said Moore’s fellow conspirators were previously sentenced as follows:

Darian Jemal "Smoove" Daniels, 26, who pleaded nolo contendere to third degree murder, a first-degree felony, on November 15, 2019. Senior Judge Raymond L. Hamill sentenced Daniels to 12 to 24 years in state prison.

Lewis "Ricky" Tucker, Jr., 28, who pleaded nolo contendere to third degree murder, on November 13, 2019. Judge Hamill sentenced Tucker to 15 to 30 years in state prison.

Kevin "Kas" Jordan, age 22, who pleaded guilty to third degree murder, on February 14, 2019. Judge Hamill sentenced Jordan to 12 to 24 years in state prison.

Steven "Creez" Cooper, age 20, who pleaded guilty to criminal conspiracy – robbery with serious bodily injury to another, a first-degree felony, on February 20, 2020. Judge Seamans sentenced Cooper on April 7, 2020 to 4 to 8 years in state prison.

Howell, the district attorney, said the case is an "example of the dangers and far reaching impact of illegal drug dealing."

"Over two and a half years ago Joseph Stengline, Sr, was the victim of a savage and senseless attack by a gang of robbers who arrived in Wayne County to steal drugs and cash generated by drug sales," Howell said. He said police and prosecutors will "continue to root out and prosecute the dealers and users of poison in Wayne County."