You should not take claims about the failure of MOND to reproduce strong gravitational lensing too seriously. In this review article the authors, Benoît Famaey and Stacy S. McGaugh, state:
Due to the fact that all the above models were using the Bekenstein μ-function (α = 0 in Eq. 46), and that this function has a tendency of slightly underpredicting stellar mass-to-light ratios in galaxy rotation curve fits, it was claimed that this was a sign for a MOND missing mass problem in galaxy lenses. While such a missing mass is indeed possible, and even corroborated by some dynamical studies of galaxies residing inside clusters (i.e., the small-scale equivalent of the problem of MOND in clusters), for isolated systems with well-constrained stellar mass-to-light ratio, the use of the simple μ-function (α = 1 in Eq. 46) has, on the contrary, been shown to yield perfectly acceptable fits in accordance with the lensing fundamental plane.
(I have suppressed the references in the above paragraph).
Thus the claim that MOND has problems with gravitational lenses is wrong (in my opinion), or at worst disputed.