A third Pekin resident convicted of conspiring to sell high volumes of powerful meth was sentenced Tuesday to 64 months, more than five years, in federal prison.

Darcy Kampas, 42, received considerably less punishment than conspiracy leader Wade Bonk, 41, who will serve the nearly 22-year term he received earlier this month. Timothy Wood, 41, was sentenced last September to 20 years.

The three conspired between May and September 2017 to purchase more than three pounds of nearly pure methamphetamine from suppliers in northern Illinois and Iowa and sell it in the Pekin area. Prosecutors said Kampas was Bonk’s connection to the suppliers.

First charged in Tazewell County, their case was referred for indictment in Peoria’s U.S. District Court. Kampas, who was given credit for the 20 months she’s been in custody since her arrest, must serve at least 85 percent of her federal sentence.

It will be served concurrently with a 10-year term she received earlier in May in Peoria County Circuit Court for meth possession. With day-for-day credit, that term will be exceeded by her federal sentence.