The night of July 7, 2016, Rayon Norwood, a member of the Country Boy Crips, lured an 80-year-old woman to her front door before he and accomplices rushed inside with guns drawn, according to prosecutors.
Unable to open a safe in the house, Norwood beat the woman, shot her in the leg then left her for dead, prosecutors said. She survived.
On Tuesday, Kern County Judge Brian McNamara sentenced Norwood to 130 years to life in prison.
The 26-year-old was convicted Oct. 25 of home invasion, robbery and attempted murder, among other charges.
Prosecutors said firearm analysis matched Norwood's gun to a spent casing found inside the home, and his DNA was found on the gun handle and trigger.
Co-defendants Asia Davis and Robert Hunt are scheduled for trial Dec. 18, according to court records. Davis was convicted of multiple charges in October, but the jury hung on an attempted murder charge.
Charges against a fourth defendant, Robert Norwood, were dismissed last year, according to court records.