(KMOV) – A St. Louis man was sentenced Monday to 20 years in a federal prison for gun and drug crimes including the execution of two men in May of 2008.
Stanley “Outlaw” Carter, 29, was sentenced to 20 years in a federal prison on one felony count of brandishing a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime and a second felony count of discharging a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime according to the United States Attorney’s Office.
Carter is currently serving a separate 15-year sentence for his role in a 2008 double fatal shooting of two rival gang members.
Carter pleaded guilty to two separate federal crimes.
On March 26, 2008, Carter entered a St. Louis residence with guns drawn and stole a significant amount of marijuana from the basement with accomplices Antonio “Lips” Shaw and Richard “Repeat” Bobbitt.
The home was occupied at the time of the burglary by a 10-year-old girl, a teenage boy, and the children’s mother, authorities said.
On May 10, 2008, Carter spotted two individuals associated with a rival gang while in a vehicle with Shaw and Bobbitt and opened fire from point-blank range with an AR015 assault-rifle while they were inside a vehicle.
The first victim, Adolph Ellison, was pronounced dead at the scene. The second victim, Donald Mack, died shortly after.
According to authorities, the shooting occurred at the area commonly referred to as “the Circle” located near 1199 Riverview Boulevard within the city of St. Louis.
Antonio Shaw, 26, was sentenced to over 31 years for marijuana, crack cocaine, and gun crimes.
Federal prosecutors say Carter’s sentencing brings to a close a joint investigation into violent criminal activity within the City of St. Louis committed by members of a group commonly referred to as the “Dip Set.”Member of St. Louis "Dip Set" gang sentenced to 20 years for gun and drug crimes.