HANOVER, West Germany (AP) _ A Hanover state court sentenced two neo-Nazi leaders to prison terms for assisting in arson attacks on Turkish immigrants.

Siegfried Mueller, 25, drew 13 months in prison Wednesday and Joerg Kiem, 31, drew six months. Both were local leaders of the neo-Nazi Free German Workers Party, according to court records.

They were convicted of helping set fire to the offices of a Turkish translation service and to a boarding house catering to Turkish immigrants.

No one was hurt in the September 1986 attacks.

Bernd Futter, head of the Armed Sport Group EK1, was sentenced to 10 years for the same arson attacks earlier this year.

Neo-Nazis in West Germany often target immigrants for violent attacks.