MAYS LANDING, N.J. (AP) — State prosecutors say a southern New Jersey woman is headed to prison for her role in a scheme that stole more than $2.7 million from clients of a senior care company.

Sondra Steen received a 10-year term and also must pay restitution under the sentence imposed Friday. The 60-year-old Linwood woman had pleaded guilty last month to money laundering.

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Steen admitted conspiring with her sister and a lawyer to steal from the clients of A Better Choice. The company the sisters ran offered services to wealthy elderly clients with no immediate family, such as errand assistance and help with paying bills.

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Authorities say Steen used her clients’ life savings to pay for a vacation condo and pool supplies.

The charges against Steen’s sister are pending.

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