CORPUS CHRISTI (November 21, 2012)--A 15-year-old boy has been sentenced to 40 years prison for the stabbing death of an elderly South Texas woman.
A judge in Corpus Christi accepted the juvenile capital murder plea agreement and then sentenced the teenager in the death of Christina Parades Naranjo, 88.
Another 15-year-old faces trial in the January slaying at the victim's home.
The first teenager pleaded guilty Monday and has agreed to testify against the second boy.
The first boy must serve his sentence in the juvenile system until age 19.
A hearing will then be held before he's moved to the adult prison system.
He must serve at least half his sentence before being eligible for parole.
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