Source: Evening Standard
Following a four-day sentencing hearing, James Allen, of Woolwich Road, Abbey Wood got seven years in prison; Stefan-Alex Henderson Clarke, 28, of Kennedy Walk, Walworth, was sentenced to seven-and-a-half years, and Stuart Sollis, 51, of Bowyer Street in Camberwell, got eight years.
David Heath, 48, of Wentworth Crescent in Peckham, was sentenced to seven years; David Graham, 51, of Plaistow Lane, Bromley, got nine-and-a-half years, and Andrew Prowse, 33, previously of Southampton Way, Camberwell, got two-and-a-half years.
Stephen Macey, 25, from Paddock Wood, got six years; Christopher Marsh, 30 from Margate, four years; Damon Mills, 18, also from Margate, 18 months; Michael Edward Corcoran, 51, from Yalding, 14 years, and his son Michael Jay Corcoran, 28, from Gillingham, eight years.
Colin Walls, 53 and of no fixed address, got six years; Terrance Murphy, 47, of Caspian Way from Essex, got three years, and Stephen Creed, 46, from Great Yarmouth, was sentenced to six years in prison.
A 15th offender, Alan Marquiss, 69, of Disraeli Road in Thamesmead, will be sentenced in September.
Further inquiries revealed that Allen and other gang members had rented other units at the site under false names.
Fifteen people, including Allen, 39, were convicted of conspiring to produce cannabis. Of the 15, 14 were also convicted of abstracting electricity.