Rapist Mohammed Sanoussi, an associate of gang leader Bilal Skaf, will be released from custody after having his parole reinstated.
During a parole hearing in Sydney on Thursday, Judge Terence Christie said 29-year-old Sanoussi would be released next month but ordered that he not associate with his brothers.
Sanoussi was initially granted parole earlier this month with strict conditions, including a ban on him associating with the Brothers For Life gang.
Hours after that hearing, however, it emerged his brothers had been charged with bashing a cleaner in Revesby.
The State Parole Authority subsequently revoked Sanoussi's parole, saying his post-release accommodation was unsuitable because his brothers, who are allegedly Brothers For Life members, lived there.
During the hearing on Thursday, Sanoussi was ordered to live in a Community Offenders Support Program centre or a halfway house near Long Bay jail until his brothers move out of the family home or until he finds his own accommodation.
The court ordered that he not associate with his brothers without the permission of his supervising officer.
Sanoussi has served 13 years of a maximum 16-year jail sentence for his role in a series of brutal sexual assaults on young women by a gang before the 2000 Olympics.
He was one of 14 men, including Skaf, who raped a young woman multiple times at isolated locations across western Sydney in August that year, and two other women in a park in Greenacre.
AAP and Paul Bibby