Two Queens men were convicted Friday of pistol-whipping a man during a Uniondale home invasion 16 months ago.

A Nassau County jury found Theodore Jerry, 36, and Christopher Robinson, 35, guilty of robbery, burglary, assault and criminal possession of a weapon.

Prosecutors said that a man and woman were in a Liberty Street home when the pair, both armed with handguns, broke into a bedroom the victims were in, where Jerry and Robinson demanded money on Dec. 27, 2011.

Robinson hit the male victim in the back of the head with a Smith & Wesson semi-automatic .40-caliber handgun, causing a laceration before the duo stole $1,100 in cash and a cell phone.

The gunmen forced the victims on the floor and covered them with a mattress and box spring before they fled the scene.

The male victim’s sister called 911 and officers apprehended Jerry and Robinson after they ran from the house.

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They face up to 25 years in prison when they’re sentenced April 3.

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