TORONTO - Two men convicted of manslaughter in the fatal Boxing Day shooting of 15-year-old Jane Creba were sentenced today to 12 years in prison.

But, with a credit of eight years and five months, Louis Woodcock, 23, and Tyshaun Barnett, 22, will only serve three years and seven months.

Both men served four years and 11 weeks in pre-trial custody.

Creba was killed while she was shopping with her family in downtown Toronto on Boxing Day in 2005.

Jeremiah Valentine and Jorrell Simpson-Rowe have already been found guilty of second-degree murder in the shootout and were sentenced to life in prison.

A youth was found not guilty of manslaughter.

Toronto Det.-Sgt. Savas Kyriacou said outside court that police are ”very happy” with the outcome of the prosecutions in the case.

“They’ve sent the appropriate messages out for those people who choose to conduct themselves in the manner that the people that took part in that shootout on Yonge Street chose to conduct themselves,” he said.

(680 News, The Canadian Press)