Ahmad Rahimi was convicted in 2017 of detonating a vigour cooker device in Manhattan in Sep 2016.
A second explosve planted circuitously did not go off.
Hours progressing a summons bomb, also planted by Rahimi, exploded in Seaside Heights, New Jersey. No one was hurt.
The explosions triggered a two-day manhunt that finished with Rahimi being shot several times by police.
His own father had contacted the FBI in the months before the attacks warning them about his son’s belligerent sympathies.
At his conference prosecutors pronounced Rahimi, a naturalised US citizen who was innate in Afghanistan, had shown no distress and had tried to radicalise associate prisoners.
They claimed he had given other inmates copies of speeches and lectures by Osama bin Laden.
In probity papers they said: “He is unapproachable of what he did, taunting of the American probity system, and as dedicated as ever to his militant ideology.”
One of the victims harmed in the Manhattan blast told the probity that she is still fearful whenever she hears a siren.
Pauline Nelson was harm when her automobile was hit by the explosion.
She lambasted Rahimi for not apologising to his victims.
Speaking during the sentencing conference Rahimi said: “I don’t gulf hatred for anyone.
“I have been here for some-more than 20 years, we had American friends and Muslim friends,” he said.
He claimed he had been tormented by the FBI and singled out after he started behaving and sauce as a righteous Muslim.
“I was never discriminated for my sacrament until we started following it,” he said.
But in sentencing him to life and 30 years, US District Judge Richard Berman said: “I did not hear an unit of justification.
“There is no comparison between the grievances that you may feel and the actions you took.
“The end is inevitable that you sojourn intensely dangerous.”