26/07/2016 11:02 AM AEST | Updated 26/07/2016 11:24 AM AEST

Harriet Wran Sentenced To Two Years For Role In Drug Killing

But she could be out in two weeks.

Harriet Wran has been sentenced to two years jail.

Harriet Wran has been handed a minimum two-year sentence for her role in the murder of drug dealer Daniel McNulty in 2014.

The ruling means Wran, the high profile daughter of former NSW Premier Neville Wran, will reportedly be eligible for parole in two weeks.

Wran's murder charge was dropped earlier this month, with the 28-year-old instead pleading guilty to lesser charges.

In a judge-only trial in the NSW Supreme Court pleaded guilty to accessory after the fact and robbery.

She was charged with murder along with Lloyd Haines and Michael Lee, however the men pleaded guilty in June this year.