NEW YORK — Martin Shkreli got smacked with a $7.36 million forfeiture order Monday – a ruling that could put a serious dent in the “Pharma Bro’s” prized hip-hop collection.

Days before Shkreli’s sentencing for his securities fraud conviction, U.S. District Judge Kiyo Matsumoto in Brooklyn dropped the news she was putting him on the hook for millions and letting the feds latch onto his “substitute assets” if he can’t pay up.

Prosecutors say the pricey possessions include Shkreli’s single-edition of “Once Upon A Time in Shaolin” by the Wu-Tang Clan, Lil Wayne’s “Tha Carter V” and a Pablo Picasso painting.

Shkreli reportedly paid $2 million for the coveted Wu Tang cuts. The substitute assets also include a $5 million brokerage account.

Shkreli fought against forfeiture, noting his hedge fund investors all turned profits in the end.

Matsumoto wasn’t buying it. She pointed to Shkreli’s trial last summer, where prosecutors unveiled evidence showing that before those rich returns Shkreli was feeding investors all sorts of bogus data.

In a hearing last month, prosecutors did not yet have a valuation on the albums.

Matsumoto signed off Monday on a 10-day deadline for Shkreli to tell authorities where the albums and painting are located.

Shkreli is set to be sentenced Friday. He’s been jailed since September for his $5,000 price tag on a strand of Hillary Clinton’s hair and he’s pushing for a sentence of up to 18 months.