Another member of a gang operating in Baltimore’s Cherry Hill neighborhood faces a lengthy prison sentence for his role in the organization’s activities, including his murder of a rival gang’s member.

Gregory Sykes-Bey, 22, was sentenced July 8 to 24 years in prison on federal racketeering charges for activities connected to Cherry Hill’s UDH, or “Up Da Hill” gang, including four shootings, at least one of them fatal.

According to federal prosecutors, Sykes-Bey was aware of and participated in the gang’s trafficking of cocaine, crack cocaine, heroin and marijuana. In addition, he admitted to the shootings of two people in June 2008 and the shooting of a rival gang member in May 2012. In addition, prosecutors said witnesses identified Sykes-Bey as the man who shot and killed a rival gang member in August 2011.

Sykes-Bey sentence brings to 23 the number of Cherry Hill gang members who have been sentenced to prison terms as long as 35 years. In all, 35 individuals have pleaded guilty to charges connected to their role in Cherry Hill-area gangs.