The man convicted of setting off pressure cooker bombs in New York in 2016 has been given two life sentences.
Afghan-born US citizen Ahmad Khan Rahimi injured 30 people when one of the bombs exploded in Manhattan.
According to federal prosecutors, the 30-year-old has shown no remorse for his actions.
Rahimi was accused of planting several homemade bombs including one along the route of a Marine Corps charity race.
Some failed to detonate and others were dealt with by police explosives experts.
Rahimi was arrested two days after the attacks following a shootout with police which left him in hospital for weeks.