A woman who lied about being raped to convince her former fiance to shoot dead the man she planned to marry has been jailed for 21 years by a Melbourne court.
Yu Tung Lo, 29, was found guilty by a jury in February of murdering Bacchus Marsh father Paul Hogan after manipulating her ex partner to do the killing in May 2016.
Lo incited Daniel Duhovic to kill the 48-year-old, taking steps prosecutors described as 'highly manipulative and totally dishonest'.
Justice Paul Coghlan on Friday sentence Lo to a non-parole period of 17 years.
Yu Tung Lo (pictured) was found guilty by a jury in February of murdering Bacchus Marsh father Paul Hogan in 2016, after manipulating another former fiance Daniel Duhovic to do the killing in May 2016
He said Lo was overheard by multiple people in the weeks before Mr Hogan's murder, saying she wanted him dead, including in a message to Duhovic.
'Don't talk silly stuff,' he responded.
'Nah, I seriously want him dead,' she replied.
Lo also referred to Mr Hogan as 'it' in the messages and told Duhovic that Mr Hogan had beaten her, repeatedly raped her and threatened his daughter.
She and Mr Hogan had met with a celebrant the day before his murder, as she sought a marriage that would allow her to stay in Australia.
Lo incited Duhovic to kill the 48-year-old, taking steps prosecutors described as 'highly manipulative and totally dishonest'. Lo and Duhovic fled after the shooting
On May 24, after alleging Mr Hogan had repeatedly attacked her, she contacted Duhovic and warned him to 'be careful, he got witness', then later 'it's leaving the house now with its witness'.
Lo directed Duhovic to where Mr Hogan was, in the back of a van.
Mr Hogan was shot in