Two more opioid dealers have been sentenced in federal court for their roles in an Elmira drug trafficking ring. In court Tuesday, 28-year-old Anthony Prettyman of Elmira who was convicted of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute, and to distribute, 100 grams or more of a fentanyl analogue, was sentenced to serve 125 months in federal prison. In addition, 30 year old Dwayne Banks also of Elmira, was sentenced to serve 108 months in federal prison for his conviction on the same offense. Both men were part of a large-scale opioid manufacturing and trafficking organization that operated in the Southern Tier of New York between 2015 and May 2017. To date, 16 members and associates of the opioid manufacturing and trafficking operation have been convicted of federal narcotics offenses. Seven defendants have been sentenced.