NEW CITY, N.Y. (AP) — A teenager has been sentenced to seven years in prison for a firebomb attack that badly burned a neighbor during a religious dispute in a Jewish enclave in New York.Shaul Spitzer of New Square pleaded guilty in February to assault. That averted an attempted-murder trial. A trial would have brought unwelcome attention to the insular Hasidic community.Spitzer admitted attacking Aron Rottenberg outside Rottenberg's home in May.Rottenberg claimed in a lawsuit that the 18-year-old was acting at the direction of the village's chief rabbi.He said the rabbi was angered because Rottenberg had stopped praying at the village's main synagogue. The rabbi denied involvement and was not charged.Almost all of the 7,000 residents of New Square are members of a Hasidic sect.