BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — A woman convicted of conspiring to entice her preteen daughter and niece into performing sex acts with former Waterbury Mayor Philip Giordano was sentenced Friday to time served for failing to register as a sex offender and violating the conditions of her release from prison.

The woman, who has been detained since her arrest a year ago, was sentenced in Bridgeport, the U.S. Attorney’s office said. Prosecutors say the woman moved to Florida after she was denied permission to live there and failed to register as a sex offender in Florida.

The Associated Press is not naming her to protect the identities of the victims.

She was sentenced in 2003 to 10 years in federal prison followed by three years of supervised released and was also sentenced to 10 years in prison on state charges. She was released from jail in May 2010 and placed on supervised release.

Giordano, a Republican who lost the 2000 election for U.S. Senate to Joe Lieberman, is serving a 37-year prison sentence on federal convictions including violating the civil rights of the two girls, then ages 8 and 10, by sexually abusing them while he was mayor. He is appealing his sentence and insists he didn’t have sexual contact with the girls.

Prosecutors have said Giordano paid the woman to arrange oral sex with the two girls on about 15 occasions while he was mayor. The woman admitted bringing one or both of the girls to the mayor’s office, Giordano’s former law office and other locations for sex, prosecutors said.