It's a lifetime prison sentence in more ways than one.
A judge is ordering a teenager convicted in a Korean War veteran's killing to spend the anniversary of the slaying in solitary confinement for as long as he's in prison.
Seventeen-year-old Jordan Legg was sentenced to life in prison Thursday in the death of 84-year-old Thomas "Shorty" Whitson.
Legg won't be eligible for parole for at least 20 years.
Authorities in Circleville, Ohio, say Legg was in a group that included Whitson's grandson and that they killed the farmer because they wanted to sell his guns for drug money.