Roddarius Martin pleaded guilty Tuesday in connection with a fatal shooting outside Coyote Jack's nightclub and got sentences of 10 years and six years.
Martin was charged in the slaying of Sharone Porter in December 2017 outside the club on Cowart Street on the Southside.
He got 10 years on a plea to the lesser charge of criminal attempt to second-degree murder and six years for employment of a firearm during a dangerous felony.
Martin appeared before Judge Tom Greenholtz.
Police earlier said the shooting was believed to be gang-related.
Torrie Porter, brother of Sharone Porter, was injured by gunfire.
Witnesses said a fight broke out between Martin, Torrie Porter and others outside the saloon.
They said Martin fired several shots in the air before aiming at the Porters and others in their group. A witness said Sharone Porter was shot as she tried to stop Martin.
Police said video showed fights both inside and outside the club.