The mother of the boy, Berrin T., 48, and her partner Christian L., 39, will serve twelve-and-a-half-year and twelve-year prison sentences respectively for selling Berrin's son on the area of the internet that can not be accessed by search engines.
The court heard they sold the boy - who is now 10-years-old - on the darknet, a part of the internet that can only be accessed using special software.
Berrin T., the mother, was sentenced to 12 years and 6 months in prison.
On Monday, the same German court sentenced a Spanish pedophile, Javier Gonzalez Diaz, to 10 years behind bars for paying the parents to sexually abuse the same boy over and over again.
The pair, identified as Berrin T, 48, and her partner Christian L, 39, and six others were arrested last autumn.
Her partner, Christian L, was sentenced to 12 years by the court in Freiburg.
Several men, believed to be pedophile "clients" of the couple, have also been prosecuted in connection with the case.
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Taha and Lais, both German nationals, were accused of rape, aggravated sexual assault of children, forced prostitution and distribution of child pornography.
The couple also sexually abused a three-year-old girl in 2015. Her partner, Christian L., was sentenced to 12 years.
In Tuesday's verdict, the couple was ordered to pay a total 42,500 euros ($49,100) in compensation to the boy and another victim, a young girl.
The case only came to light following an anonymous tip in September 2017. The mom said she went along with the abuse at first out of fear of losing her boyfriend - then later for "financial motives", the judge said.
The case has shocked German society - and local authorities have been accused of failing to protect the boy, who now lives with a foster family.
The mother's partner was supposed to be banned from having contact with children following his earlier abuse conviction.