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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The man convicted in the ambush shooting of a Philadelphia police officer will spend the next decades of his life behind bars.

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Edward Archer, 33,  was sentenced to 48.5 to 97 years in prison on Monday. In February, Archer was found guilty of firing a barrage of bullets into Philadelphia Police Officer Jesse Hartnett’s squad car in January 2016 at the intersection of 60th and Spruce in West Philadelphia.

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“I’m absolutely glad that it turned out the way it turned out. I obviously would want the maximum penalty and he did receive maximum penalty and I wish he had more,” said Philadelphia Police Officer Jesse Harnett.

At the time, Archer declared the attack to be in the name of ISIS.

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“There’s a history of schizophrenia that runs in his family and I think that this case is an example of what can happen when a mentally ill person gets their hands on a gun,” said attorney Trevan Borum.

Even Archer’s own attorney declared the max penalty a valid one.

“I don’t think it’s surprising given the horrific nature of this crime. I think we are all grateful that Officer Hartnett survived. I think if the evidence showed anything it’s that Officer Hartnett is probably the bravest man alive,” Borum said.

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Harnett managed to fire back at Archer. Police Commissioner Richard Ross said the greatest aid, in this case, was the fact the entire ordeal was caught on surveillance video.

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Hartnett was shot several times in the arm and suffered nerve damage.