Six teenagers jailed for the murder of an 18-year-old have had their identities made public for the first time.
Lyndon Davis died after he was chased into an alley and stabbed in Romford in east London in March last year.
Eighteen-year-olds Jordan Worrie, Connor Corcoran, Tyler Faubel and Jordan Muingilu, along with 17-year-old Michael Corcoran and 16-year-old Ali Ali were convicted of murder in July.
They were all under the age of 18 at the time of the murder and were handed life sentences with minimum terms of 11 to 16 years.
Prosecutor Brian O'Neill QC said the group targeted Mr Davis because of his involvement with a rival gang.
“This was a deliberate and planned ride into enemy territory. They did not find themselves in Marks Gate that night by accident,” he said.
"It is plainly a gang crime and that has always been our case."
The teenagers – with the exception of Ali – were members of the OC gang.
Judge Andrew Lees accepted the defence’s argument they did not plan to kill Mr Davis, but had aimed to cause serious harm.
“All six of you chased down and were involved in brutally murdering Lyndon Davis within yards of his home,” he said.
“His murder has caused lasting grief and trauma to his family. No mother should have to endure the death of her child.”
In a statement Lyndon’s mother Aber Green said she became a “walking corpse” after her son's death.