A prominent supporter of the QAnon group, Jacob Chansley, has been sentenced to 41 months in prison for his involvement in the US Capitol riot. Chansley was among the Trump supporters who tried to stop Congress from certifying the 2020 presidential election on 6 January. He earlier pleaded guilty to one felony count of obstruction in an official proceeding, BBC reports. His sentence is among the longest so far given in connection to the riots. In addition to his prison sentence, Chansley was sentenced to 36 months of supervised release and must pay $100 (£74) in restitution. The 34-year-old became one of the most recognisable figures from the siege after being pictured wearing horns and a bearskin headdress, with a US flag painted on his face. He referred to himself as “the QAnon Shaman”.