REDDING, Calif. - Gonzalo Curiel, the California man convicted of killing two kids and abusing a third, was sentenced Wednesday to life in prison.
The victims are the nieces and nephew of Curiel's then-girlfriend, Tami Huntsman, and were under her care.
The bodies of the 7-year-old boy and 3-year-old girl were found in a storage facility in Redding.
Their older sister was found alive in Huntsman's car.
In February, Huntsman pleaded guilty for her roles in the murders and was sentenced to multiple life sentences.
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