STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — A member of a three-man crew which burglarized a Stapleton home in 2020 has earned himself new living quarters for the next few years.

Leonardo Perez, 40, of St. George, has been sentenced to up to five years in prison for his role in the incident.

Also charged were Perez’s accomplices, Michael Contreras, 34, of Huguenot, and Tylor Kennedy, 27, of Arrochar.

Authorities said Perez and Contreras broke into a home under renovation on the 200 block of Ward Avenue overnight on Feb. 17 into Feb. 18, 2020.

The pair damaged a back door and window and stole a bag filled with various tools, said police.

Kennedy served as the lookout and getaway driver, said a law enforcement source.

The owner had not yet moved into the residence, the source said.

Officers responding to a radio run of a burglary in progress stopped the defendants’ car, a 2009 Prius, a short distance away on Willis Avenue, said cops.

The defendants were arrested, and each was indicted on charges of burglary, attempted burglary, criminal mischief, petit larceny and stolen-property possession.

Last year, Contreras and Kennedy each pleaded guilty in state Supreme Court, St. George, to third-degree burglary, a felony, to resolve their cases. Kennedy also pleaded guilty to criminal mischief, a misdemeanor.

Perez, of Slosson Terrace, pleaded guilty to third-degree burglary in April.

In exchange, he was sentenced on Wednesday to 30 months to five years behind bars.

Michael Cirigliano, his lawyer, has declined comment on the case.

Contreras, meanwhile, faces two to four years in prison. He awaits sentencing.

Last month, Kennedy’s felony burglary plea was vacated upon his successful completion of a treatment program.

He was sentenced on May 26 to a one-year conditional discharge for criminal mischief, online state court records show.