Life sentence for man accused in Moncton teen's death
It's a life sentence for a 19-year-old man who pleaded guilty in the violent stabbing death of a Moncton teen.
Baylee Wylie’s remains were found in a burned-out apartment in December of 2015, and the court heard that the teen had been confined in the apartment, then beaten and stabbed more than 100 times.
Tyler Noel pleaded guilty in May to second-degree murder and arson with disregard for human life in Wylie’s death.
Justice Stephen McNally sentenced Noel to life in prison with no chance of parole for 16 years.
CTV News reports that Noel will serve three years concurrently for the charge of arson with disregard for human life. He will not receive credit for time served.
Devin Morningstar was sentenced in January to life in prison with no chance of parole for 25 years in the murder and Marissa Shephard is the third person accused of first-degree murder and arson and will go to trial next February.
(with files from CTV)