B.C. Supreme Court Justice Austin Cullen handed down the sentence Tuesday afternoon. Le had pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit murder in connection with the killings, after the Crown decided not to proceed with a first-degree murder charge.
With time already served, Le's sentence amounts to an additional three years and one month in prison.
Le had been on trial since late September along with Matthew Johnston and Cody Haevischer, who are each charged with conspiracy and six counts of first-degree murder. The case against Johnston and Haevischer is expected to continue. Both have pleaded not guilty.
Two other men charged in the case, Jamie Kyle Bacon and Sophon Sek, will be tried separately at a later date.
Four of the slaying victims – Ryan Bartolomeo,19, brothers Michael Lal, 26, and Cory Lal, 21, and Edward Narong, 22 – were described by police as having criminal lifestyles.