ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Three people convicted in the 2013 killing of a Navajo woman have been sentenced. A federal judge in Santa Fe issued sentences this week to Scott Thompson, Justin Benally and Patrick Benally, who are all age 28. Thompson, of Farmington, was sentenced to 23 years. Justin Benally, also of Farmington, was ordered to serve 22 years. Patrick Benally, of Kirtland, received 18 years. According to release issued Thursday by the Office of the U.S. Attorney for New Mexico, they and two female co-defendants pleaded guilty to second-degree murder.