ST. LOUIS (KSDK) - Three men were sentenced Friday for racketeering conspiracy charges.
Allan Hunter, also known as "Dog," was sentenced to 102 months in prison.
Hunter, 34, was president of Wheels of Soul and admitted to conspiring with other members to distribute crack cocaine in the Chicago area.
Hunter also admitted to authorizing others in January 2011 to go to East St. Louis, Illinois and kill members of a rival motorcycle club with an AK-47.
Court documents state in February 2011 Hunter asked another member of the Wheels of Soul to make pipe bombs and take them from Kentucky to Chicago to use against rival motorcycle clubs.
Police caught wind of the plan in Kentucky and arrested a co-conspirator in possession of an explosive device.
Hunter also admitted to plotting to dispose of firearms after a shooting in Marion, Ohio in March 2011. One person was killed in that shooting.
Frederick Morgan, 47, of Youngstown, Ohio, was sentenced to 90 months in prison Thursday after previously pleading guilty to a racketeering conspiracy charge.
Walter Lee, 36, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, was sentenced to 44 months in prison on Wednesday, also after pleading guilty to a racketeering conspiracy charge.
The investigation into Wheels of Soul started in 2009 after an armed robbery and murder in St. Louis by members of the Wheels of Soul's St. Louis chapter.