TULSA, Okla. — Quick Facts:
- Michael Bever sentenced five life sentences. The sentences are consecutive.
- He received a 28 year sentence on the sixth count.
- A jury convicted Michael Bever of five counts of first degree murder and a count of assault and battery with intent to kill in May.
- Bever helped his brother Robert Bever kill five of their family members and injure another.
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- Michael Bever's original sentencing hearing took place in July where he delivered a statement and a victim impact statement was given.
- A jury recommended a life sentence for Bever with the possibility of parole.
A teen convicted in the murder of five members of his family is sentenced to five life sentences to be served consecutively.
A jury convicted Michael Bever, 19, in the deaths of his parents and three siblings. He's also convicted of attempting to kill another sibling.
A judge sentenced him Thursday to five consecutive life sentences for the murder charges and 28 years for the assault and battery charge.
Members of the jury that convicted Bever wrote a letter to the judge hoping he would be given concurrent sentences in order to have a chance at parole.
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