Nineteen-year-old Joel Payne was today sentenced to three and a half years behind bars.
The Barragup teenager fronted court today where he pleaded guilty to two counts of dangerous driving causing death and one count of dangerous driving causing grievous bodily harm.
Mr Payne will now spend three and a half years behind bars for the 2017 horror crash which claimed the lives of his two friends, 17-year-old Mason Hooton and 16-year-old Callum Mummery, and seriously injured third friend Shaun Sparrow.
In court today it was revealed Payne was driving at least 86km/h before the crash on Secret Harbour Boulevard.
According to The West Judge Simon Stone was urged to suspend jail time due to Payne's age, remorse and slim chance he would offend seriously again.
But Judge Stone said the consequences of speeding were so dire, he had to send the teenager to prison.
Payne will be eligible for parole after 21 months. He has also been suspended from driving for three years.