Nine Army reservists have been convicted of abusing detainees at the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq:

— Pfc. Lynndie England, a 22-year-old reservist from Fort Ashby, W. Va., was sentenced Tuesday to three years in prison after being convicted on six of seven counts related to detainee abuse. England was found guilty of one count of conspiracy, four counts of maltreating detainees and one count of committing an indecent act. She was acquitted on one conspiracy count.

— Former Cpl. Charles Graner Jr., of Uniontown, Pa., was found guilty in January. He is serving a 10-year prison term at Fort Leavenworth, Kan. Prosecutors described Graner, who England has said is the father of her infant son, as the ringleader of a group of Abu Ghraib guards who mistreated Iraqis.

— Former Spc. Megan Ambuhl, of Centreville, Va., a former Abu Ghraib guard now married to Graner, pleaded guilty in November 2004 to failing to prevent or report maltreatment of prisoners. She was discharged from the Army without prison time.

— Former Spc. Sabrina Harman, of Lorton, Va., was found guilty at trial in May of conspiracy, maltreating detainees and dereliction of duty. She was sentenced six months in prison after testimony about her acts of kindness toward Iraqis before she became an Abu Ghraib guard.

— Former Staff Sgt. Ivan Frederick of Buckingham, Va., was sentenced to 81/2 years last October after pleading guilty to conspiracy, dereliction of duty, maltreatment of detainees and other charges. Frederick said he helped place wires on a detainee's hands and told him he would be electrocuted if he fell while standing on a box.

— Former Spc. Jeremy Sivits of Hyndman, Pa., pleaded guilty in May 2004 to four counts for taking pictures of naked Iraqi prisoners being humiliated, including some of the photographs that triggered the Abu Ghraib scandal. He was sentenced to one year in prison.

— Former Spc. Roman Krol, of Randolph, Mass., admitted pouring water on naked detainees and forcing them to crawl around the floor. He also said he threw a foam football at them while they were handcuffed. Krol, who served in a military intelligence unit, was sentenced in February to 10 months in prison.

— Former Spc. Armin Cruz, of Plano, Texas, pleaded guilty to conspiracy and mistreating prisoners and was sentenced in September 2004 to eight months in prison. Cruz was part of the same military intelligence unit as Krol.

— Former Sgt. Javal Davis, Roselle, N.J., was sentenced to six months in prison after pleading guilty in February to assault, dereliction of duty and lying to Army investigators. The former sergeant admitted stepping on the hands and feet of handcuffed detainees and falling with his full weight on top of them.