(WBIR) Campbell County High School shooter Kenneth Bartley wants the chance to wipe his record clean.
Bartley's attorney Greg Isaacs filed paperwork this week, asking the judge to give his client judicial diversion, which would clear his record.
A jury convicted Bartley in February of reckless homicide for the 2005 shooting that killed a vice principal and injured two other administrators. Officials originally charged Bartley with first-degree murder, but jurors decided to convict him of the lesser charge.
Isaacs said the typical sentence for reckless homicide is usually two to four years. Bartley has already served eight years. He's currently out on bond, and his sentencing hearing is scheduled for Monday.