A man who once appeared on Australia's most wanted list of suspects will spend up to 11 years in jail for his role in a violent and ice-fuelled crime spree.
Rodney Bloxsome, 50, had joined co-accused Damien Featherstone, 30, in an ice-binge at a Narrabundah home in February last year.
Believing they were going to be robbed, Featherstone tried to get the group to go steal from a gun shop.
When one man protested, Featherstone shot him, and Bloxsome stabbed the man when he wouldn't stop screaming.
They forcibly confined a woman for at least 24 hours before carjacking an elderly trio at the Ainslie Football Club, driving a stolen car and breaking into a military store in Fyshwick.
The pair had interrogated the woman while they confined her, beat her and Bloxsome held a knife to her throat.
At one stage, Bloxsome twice raped the woman they had kidnapped and confined.
A jury had found Bloxsome guilty of intentional wounding, forcible confinement, rape, aggravated robbery, driving a stolen motor vehicle and damage property.
He had pleaded guilty to aggravated burglary.
Bloxsome is appealing some of the convictions after a jury trial in the ACT Supreme Court earlier this year.
Bloxsome, who was once one of Australia's most wanted men in 2011, has more than 90 criminal convictions in NSW alone and more in the ACT.
Justice David Mossop sentenced Bloxsome to 11 years and one month in jail, setting a non-parole period of 6 years and 11 months.
He will be eligible for parole in May 2025.
Featherstone is yet to be sentenced.