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In a Monday, Aug. 5, 2013 file photo, Carri Williams reacts as her daughter arrives into the courtroom at the Skagit County courthouse in Mount Vernon, Wash. Larry and Carri Williams, accused of starving, beating and forcing their adopted daughter Hana Williams outside as punishment, face long prison terms at their sentencing Tuesday, Oct. for her death. They were convicted Sept. 9 of manslaughter in the death of Hana. (AP Photo/Scott Terrell, Skagit Valley Herald, File)

Pair get decades in prison for adopted daughter's death

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MOUNT VERNON, Wash. (AP) — A Washington couple accused of starving, beating and forcing their adopted daughter outside as punishment were sentenced Tuesday to decades in prison for her death.

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Larry and Carri Williams were convicted Sept. 9 of manslaughter in the death of a teenage girl they adopted from Ethiopia. Carri Williams was also found guilty of homicide by abuse.

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