Criminals who illegally supplied cannabis have been ordered to repay more than £375,000 in cash and assets.
Wesley Wells-Burr, the group leader, was sentenced to 43 months in prison after police found multiple cannabis factories in Chard.
Wells-Burr and four others pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply cannabis.
Confiscation orders totalling £376,059.32 were handed out by Taunton Crown Court.
Investigations began back in 2017, when during a search for a missing person officers found one of the gang, Jay Macquarrie, with a significant amount of cannabis.
Mobile phone and call analysis provided a link between Macquarrie and Wells-Burr.