Three members of a Montezuma drug trafficking organization were sentenced to more than 13 years in prison Tuesday.

A release from the U.S. Department of Justice says Geoffrey Larry, Nicholas Larry, and Curtis Holmes distributed more than 1,950 grams of crack in and around Macon County between January 2014 to March 2016.

A court determined that Nicholas and Curtis also operated two ‘trap houses’ supplied by Geoffrey.

Multiple firearms were seized during the investigation.

Due to felony drug convictions in Georgia, they were prohibited from having guns.

Geoffrey – the alleged leader and supplier -- and Curtis were sentenced to 170 months in federal prison for distribution of crack.

Nicholas was sentenced to 155 months in federal prison.

The three men will also serve a 3-year term of supervised released following their release from prison.

There is no option for parole.

The three are also facing murder charges on an unrelated double murder case where two bodies were left inside a burning car in Crawford County.