Pictured: Six teens jailed after 18-year-old chased and stabbed to death in Romford

Charlotte Carter
Met Police have released photos of the six teenagers jailed for murdering 18-year-old Lyndon Davis in March this year: PA

Police have released photos of six teenagers jailed for the murder of an 18-year-old who was chased and stabbed to death in east London.

Lyndon Davis died on March 14 last year after a group attacked in an alley near his home in Romford.

Jordan Worrie, 18, Connor Corcoran, 18, Michael Corcoran, 17, and Tyler Faubel, 18, all from Hainault, Jordan Muingilu, 18, from Wanstead, and Ali Ali, 16, from Ilford, were convicted of murder in July.

Every member in the group aside from Ali, then aged 14, had been involved with the OC gang.

The prosecution said the group targeted Mr Davis because of his involvement with a rival gang.

Lyndon Davis was stabbed to death in Chadwell Heath in March this year.

Prosecutor Brian O'Neill QC told the sentencing hearing: "This was a gang of eight who went out that night.

"This was a deliberate and planned ride into enemy territory. They did not find themselves in Marks Gate that night by accident.

"It is plainly a gang crime and that has always been our case."

Judge Andrew Lees accepted the six did not plan to kill Mr Davis, but intended to cause serious harm.

"All six of you chased down and were involved in brutally murdering Lyndon Davis within yards of his home," he said.