The 38-year-old convict was sentenced this week for a murder he committed in 1999.
Onumonu killed Helen Klocek, 84, in Plymouth Township, Michigan.
The victim's family said they didn't know why Onumonu severely beat and strangled the elderly Klocek until she died and dumped her body in an alley.
Klocek's body was found March 2, 1999 in an alley behind a church on Detroit's west side.
The sentencing was reported August 21, 2015.
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For more than a decade after the 1999 brutal killing of Helen Klocek, her family did not know who killed the 84-year-old Plymouth Township woman or why.
The answer to who came last month when a jury convicted Nosakhare Onumonu of Klocek's murder, 16 years after it happened. But at his sentencing today, Klocek's family said they still don't know why she was killed.
"You could have let her go," Klocek's daughter, Barbara, said while giving a victim impact statement on behalf of her family in a Detroit courtroom. "Instead, you severely beat and strangled her until she died and dumped her body in an alley. No one deserves that."
She called Onumonu a "monster" and said he should be in prison for the rest of his life.
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