Ney, 52, pleaded guilty Oct. 13 to accepting free trips, and thousands in cash from Abramoff and taking $50,000 in gambling chips from a Syrian businessman, WBNS-TV, Columbus, reported.
Prosecutors had asked that he get 27 months in prison but Judge Ellen Segal Huvelle gave him a harsher sentence and ordered him to pay a $6,000 fine.
Ney sought treatment for alcohol dependence after pleading guilty to influence-peddling last year.
He is the second Ohio congressman convicted of bribery. Former Democratic Rep. James Traficant is serving an eight-year sentence following his 2002 conviction for bribery and racketeering.
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