MIAMI (AP) — A federal jury convicted two members of the Gambino crime family Friday in the slaying of a stripper they wrongly thought was an FBI informant.

Ariel Hernandez was accused of strangling Jeanette "Jade" Smith in a hotel room two years ago, and Frederick J. "Fat Freddie" Massaro, a restaurant owner who oversaw the Gambinos' South Florida operations, allegedly ordered her killing. They were convicted of murder, conspiracy, fraud and other charges. Both face mandatory life sentences.

A third man, Anthony "Tony Pep" Trentacosta, head of the Gambino crime family's Florida operations, was convicted of racketeering conspiracy and faces 20 years in prison. He was acquitted of taking part in Jeanette Smith's slaying.

A fisherman found Smith's remains in the Everglades on March 22, 1999, inside a stereo box.