NORMAN, Oklahoma - The jury has found Alton Nolen "not intellectually disabled" and now could be eligible to be sentenced to death.

Nolen was convicted on all six counts, including first-degree murder, related to the brutal beheading of Colleen Hufford at Vaughan Foods in Moore back in September 2014.

Nolen now faces three possible sentences: Life with the possibility of parole; Life without the possibility of parole; or death.

If everything goes as planned, we could find out Wednesday or early Thursday if Alton Nolen gets to live, or if he will face the death penalty.