OKLAHOMA CITY -- A man convicted of a double murder has been formally sentenced to two consecutive life terms.
According to the Oklahoma County sheriff's office, 24-year-old Brian "Taco" Madden was sentenced to one life term each in the July 2008 shooting deaths of Kristan Bruner and Shalese Frazier.
Both victims were found in a car.
Madden was charged with two counts of first-degree murder in the two deaths.
The life terms are 37.5 years each for a total of 75 years. An additional five years was added to that sentence for violating his probation while committing the double murders.
Madden must serve at least 80 years in prison before he is eligible for parole.