BBC News reports radical Muslim cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri has been sentenced to life in prison by a court in New York for supporting terrorism. He was convicted in May of multiple charges, including hostage-taking and plotting to set up a terrorism training camp in the US. His trial followed a lengthy extradition process from the UK. During the sentencing, his lawyers asked the judge to take into account his missing hands and eye. They also argued a plan to imprison Abu Hamza in Colorado's Supermax federal prison would violate assurances the US made to judges in London to secure his 2012 extradition. Prosecutors argued on Friday that the US government had never made such a promise to the UK and life in prison was the only appropriate sentence.