Reports say Ngor (real name) broke in the home of an elderly couple July 2, 2015 and beat Rupert and Harriet Anderson. The crime occurred in Des Moines Iowa.
The Andersons celebrated their 76th wedding anniversary earlier that year.
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Last month, a judge found Ngor Makuey, 20, guilty of first-degree murder. Makuey broke into the home of Rupert and Harriet Anderson and attacked the couple, killing Rupert with a metal spatula.
Makuey's attorney used the insanity defense during the trial, but witnesses say they saw no signs of mental illness.
Makuey received a sentence of life in prison plus two years sentence for Count 2 as well as ordered to pay a restitution of $150,000. Count 2 is assault with intent to commit serious injury.
Counts 3 and 4 will run concurrently with Count 1. Count 3 was first-degree robbery and Count 4 was first-degree burglary.
Judge Jeffrey Farrell said Count 2 is to run consecutively to respect that there was a second victim in this case.
In a hospital room interview with Des Moines Police Detective Lorna Garcia after the July 2 attack, Harriet Anderson said a young man between 18 and 20 years old had knocked on her door, according to the warrant. When she answered the door, the man struck her with either a metal bar or pipe, she said.
Anderson was able to crawl to a phone and call police when the man began beating her husband, according to the warrant.
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