LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Sentencing was held Monday for a Jefferson County man convicted in the beating death of his girlfriend's three-year-old.
Judge Judith McDonald Burkman sentenced Larry Webster to 20 years behind bars.
In March, Webster was convicted of manslaughter for the in the October 2011 death of Ah'Haod Crawford.
Webster lived with the boy's mother on Crums Lane in Shively. She had left Ah'Haod in Webster's care while she went to work.
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