Sorry for the late reply. It turns out the issue was with the connections to the voltage regulator, or whatever that little black box on the alternator is called. The wires were cut too short the fix but luckily I found another one at the junkyard. When I noticed my brand new battery wasn't holding a charge, I decided to test the alternator at another place. It failed so with a new alternator, voltage regulator and some heatshrink it was fixed!
...until the next day it stopped starting again. This time the solenoid wasn't clicking, and jumping it didn't work. I was stranded far from home when some other jeep owners helped me out by pushing me to pop the clutch. I tested the starter again, it passed, but I bought a new one anyways bc there really wasnt any other option. And the jeep is fixed again. For now.