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Daron Duane DavisAfter serving 11 years in prison for the 1994 murder of his 11-month-old daughter, Daron Duane Davis was sentenced Thursday to life in prison for the murder a second baby daughter, reports WECT.com.

In 1994, Davis beat his first daughter, Sondaria Davis, to death one month before her first birthday. Her mother was also charged and sentenced to probation. He was released in 2006.

In 2011, he was charged with the murder of his 5-month-old daughter, Keris Davis.

Read more details below from WECT:

He was arrested again in January 2011 after his 5-month-old daughter Keris Davis died of multiple head injuries from blunt force trauma and shaking.

At the time of Davis’ second arrest, Thirteenth Circuit Solicitor Walt Wilkins said sentencing laws have stiffened since Davis’ previous homicide by child abuse conviction.

“Now, someone who is convicted of this crime or pleads guilty to this particular crime must pay 85 percent and then they become eligible for parole,” Wilkins said.

If the current sentencing laws had existed when Davis was first convicted, he would have been in prison through at least 2012.

See WSPA news report by clicking here.

Though Davis was sentenced to 20 years in his first daughter’s murder, he only served 11 of them. He is not eligible for parole this time and will be in prison for the rest of his life.

One has to wonder if any attempt to rehabilitate this monster was made or if he was just a paycheck for the state. Whatever the case, death is too good for him and the fact that he will die in a cage is a form of justice.

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