Two men cleared of helping to plot the 2005 homicide bombings in London have each been sentenced to seven years in prison on charges connected to terrorism training.

Judge Peter Gross sentenced Waheed Ali and Mohammed Shakil on Wednesday after a jury found them guilty of conspiracy to attend a terrorist training camp.

The jury on Tuesday cleared both suspects as well as a third man, Sadeer Saleem, of playing any role in the July 5, 2005 bombings that killed 52 people on London transit network.