MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) – A New Hampshire man who was convicted of attempted murder for his role in a double shooting at a Dominos Pizza parking lot in Manchester has been sentenced to 63 years to life in prison.

Twenty-four-year-old Damien Young was convicted in February for a March 2006 shooting that left the driver and passenger of a bullet-riddled Mercedes Benz bleeding profusely.

Police say the driver of the car was found with a bullet lodged near his spinal cord.

The passenger was hit nine times by bullets or bullet fragments.

Young’s accomplice, Ian Maranda, also was convicted of attempted murder and other charges in December 2006. He is serving a lengthy prison sentence.

The guns used in the shooting were never recovered.

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