Former gay porn actor Keyontyli Goffney was sentenced Thursday for his role in two daring rooftop burglaries in Pennsylvania, the Philadelphia Daily News reported.

Keyontyli Goffney pleaded guilty to two counts each of burglary and conspiracy and was sentenced to two already served days in prison and four years probation.

Keyontyli and twin brother Taleon are accused of two February 2008 burglaries in South Philadelphia, where Keyontyli served as a lookout while Taleon cut holes through the roofs of businesses.

The two handsome men had previously graced the pageviews of gay Internet websites, sometimes appearing together.

Taleon, who was already serving 4 to 8 years for a 2007 burglary, was sentenced to an additional 3 to 8 years in prison after pleading guilty in July.

Taleon, the alleged mastermind of the robberies, received a severely harsher sentence for similar charges because of his previous criminal record.

“[Keyontyli] had previously been a working member of society up until this point,” Assistant District Attorney Caroline Keating told the paper. “But his bother is a true career criminal.”

Keyontyli, 27, is now a professional fashion model.