Stephen Craig, 34, from Clydebank, was jailed for 44 months last year after admitted moving 14 men and women around the UK for sex between 2009 and 2010.
His co-accused Sarah Beukan, 22, from Edinburgh admitted the same offences and was jailed for 18 months.
They were arrested after a joint operation by Scottish and Irish police.
Craig and Beukan were the first to be charged under section 22 of the Criminal Justice ( Scotland) Act 2003, legislation designed to deal with a range of offences involving "traffic for prostitution".
They were caught after travel documents, internet and newspaper advertising, telecoms evidence and pre-paid credit cards which linked them to each other and key witnesses - who were sex workers - were found.
A previous hearing at Glasgow Sheriff Court heard evidence that Craig and Beukan were involved in running prostitution from addresses in Glasgow, Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Belfast, Cardiff and Newcastle.
The "most significant" sources were accounts provided to police by prostitutes recruited to the criminal operation by Craig.
After being employed by Craig they were housed in the various modern flats rented by him for the purpose of prostitution.
In each flat, at least two or three prostitutes would work charging approximately £150 for an hour and £90 for half an hour.
Craig would then take a percentage - £30 for every half hour and £40 for every hour in relation to each client.