(WBIR) A man convicted of killing his wife, her sister and another woman will spend decades behind bars.
A judge sentenced Paul Clifford Moore to thirty years in prison.
In January, a jury found him guilty of second degree murder for the 2012 deaths of Christina Moore, Bridgette Stagnolia and Amber Snellings. Moore shot them to death in a Powell apartment in May 2012.
Moore cannot get probation, but is eligible to get a 15% reduction on his sentence for good behavior.