Three men were each sentenced to 20 years in prison Monday for fraud and other charges in of the most expensive government fraud cases in city history.
Mark Mazer, Gerard Denault and Dimitry Aronshtein were convicted in November of embezzling $80 million from the city during development of the automated payroll system known as CityTime.
Prosecutors say the massive scandal involved kickbacks, overbilling and international money laundering.
The men are all former employees of Science Applications International Corporation, which was the lead contractor in the project.
SAIC avoided criminal charges of its own by agreeing to pay back more than $500 million.