Clockwise from top left: Ali Ali, Conor Corcoran, Jordan Muinglui, Jordan Worrie, Michael Corcoran, and Tyler Jay Faubel
Lyndon Davis was stabbed to death in March 2018 after being chased by a group of youths.
The 18-year-old victim was found with multiple stab wounds in a walkway on Arneways Avenue, just metres from his home. He died in hospital a few hours later.
The six teens who have been convicted are aged between 16 and 18.
Five of them were initially arrested in April and May 2018 and the sixth in January 2019. They were all remanded in custody until the three-month trial.
They all continued to deny any involvement in the murder whilst remanded.
A court order was issued to lift reporting restrictions on Monday, 9 September.
Jordan Worrie, 18, of New North Road, Hainault was sentenced and jailed for 16 years for murder and 18 months for possession of an offensive weapon/knife.
Michael Corcoran, 17, of Huntsman Road, Hainault was jailed for 14 years for murder.
Connor Corcoran, 18, of Huntsman Road, Hainault was jailed for 14 years for murder and 18 months for possession of an offensive weapon/knife.
Tyler Jay Faubel, 18, of Robinia Close, Hainault was jailed for 16 years for murder and 18 months for possession of an offensive weapon/knife.
Ali Ali, 16, of Dalkeith Road, Ilford was jailed for 11 years for murder.
Jordan Muinglui, 18, of The Herons, Wanstead was jailed for 14 years for murder and 18 months for possession of an offensive weapon/knife.
CCTV analysis played a huge role in court.
The court saw footage of Lyndon getting off a bus, then walking towards his home address, when a group travelling together in a car and on a moped, saw him and followed his route.
Other footage included that of the killers leaving the alleyway and fleeing the scene, using the same transport they had arrived in.
The jury also heard how the defendants targeted Lyndon as he was thought to be associated with a rival gang.
Detective Chief Inspector John Massey, who led the investigation, said: “These young men set out that afternoon armed to carry out a fatal attack on Lyndon should the opportunity arise.
“Sadly for him, they managed to get to him just minutes before he would have reached his front door.
“All have denied any responsibility for the murder of an 18-year-old who had his whole life ahead of him.
“This was a long and complex investigation but I am pleased these individuals have now been brought to justice and will have to face the consequences of their actions.”
In total, they have been sentenced to more than 80 years behind bars.Tags: Redbridge, Ilford, Wanstead, Hainault, Barking and Dagenham, Marks Gate, Chadwell
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