A gang member convicted of killing Rio McFarlane will be sentenced at the Old Bailey today.
McFarlane, 18, and a family friend of Manchester United footballer Rio Ferdinand, died after being shot in the chest in Peckham, south London, in September 2010.
Leon Pacquette, 25, was convicted of killing the teenager yesterday.
Rio Ferdinand made a video appeal for information following the murder.
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