An Ozarks area man has been sentenced in federal court Monday for his role in a conspiracy to distribute over $1.3 million in K2 or synthetic marijuana across the area. According to a recent report, 28 year old Travis Butchee was sentenced to seven years in federal prison without parole. The U.S. District attorney for the western district, Tammy Dickinson, says the court also ordered him to forfeit $1,354,034.00 in profits to the government. Butchee had pled guilty in the conspiracy to commit mail fraud and money laundering back in October. Two others in the case already have been sentenced including 44 year old Michael Saguton who received the same sentencing as Butchee and 46 year old Christian Turner who got nine years in federal prison.