from ABC News.
He will serve 23 years, plus one concurrent year for the grand larceny conviction, ruled Judge Edward Hogshire of Charlottesville Circuit Court. He also ordered three years of probation after the 23
Huguely, 24, was convicted of second-degree murder on Feb. 22 for the beating death of Love in 2010.
Before the judge's ruling, Huguely briefly addressed the court.
"To the Loves, I'm sorry for your loss. I hope that you are able to find peace. To my family and friends, thank you for your love and support," Huguely said through tears.