Three members of a now-defunct social club made up of students from elite universities received prison terms of up to 32 months Thursday for gang-raping a coed last April, allegedly along with 10 other male accomplices.

The Tokyo District Court sentenced Naoki Wakamatsu, 27, to 30 months in prison. Wakamatsu belonged to the former Waseda University-based club Super Free, whose members stand accused of routinely gang-raping young women who attended the group's mass parties.

Wakamatsu, who graduated from the Waseda University science and engineering department, was employed at a cable communications company when he was arrested.