Gang leader of the Chicago streets group Gangster Disciples later known as Growth and Development who went away to prison for life around the age of 45 after being charged with drug conspiracy and extortion.
The gang formed when he was only twelve years-old and he quickly emerged as the leader known as Prince Larry.
He attempted to cover his illegal activities by creating a positive front that encouraged education which is how the Growth and Development name came to fruition.
He was born in Jackson, Mississippi to parents Larry and Samaya.
He was referenced in the Rick Ross song "B.M.F. (Blowin' Money Fast)".