A woman has been sentenced to life after recruiting two men to murder her husband after meeting them in a pub.
Charlotte Collinge, 45, was jailed for a minimum of 23 years, while Stephen Shreeves, 40, and Kelvin Dale, 27, were each jailed for 18 years.
Charlotte Collinge, 45, along with Steven Shreeves, 40 and Kelvin Dale, 27, were found guilty of murder after a trial at Nottingham Crown Court
Sentencing the trio at Nottingham Crown Court, the judge, His Honour Mr Justice Colman Treacy, said: "The killing of Clifford Collinge in his own home was a truly shocking offence.
"On the evidence I have heard, I'm satisfied he was a man who offered no harm to any of you and who indeed had, over a number of years, tolerated the wilful and manipulative behaviour of an unfaithful wife."
In a statement read out in court, Cristal Collinge described her father as "generous and caring".
The 16-year-old daughter of Mr Collinge and his wife said they had done everything together and her father had meant the world to her.
She said: "He was my hero in every way. He was everything to me.
"In one night I lost my father, my mother, my home, my pets and all my belongings. How do you tell someone how it feels to lose your whole world in one go?"
During the trial, the court heard that Collinge met the two men in the pub before inviting them back to the marital home in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, on the promise of sex on October 8 last year.
Clifford Collinge was found dead in a pool of blood with 46 separate injuries on the kitchen floor of the house in Sandy Lane later that night.
A clamp had been used in the attack on the 61-year-old.
A jury convicted Collinge, Shreeves and Dale of murder last week after a trial at Nottingham Crown Court.
Another man, Robert Proud, 36, was cleared of murder by the same jury.