Man Sentenced to 90 Years in 2010 Triple Murder

A New York City man has been sentenced to 90 years in prison for his role in a triple homicide at an East Hartford apartment complex in 2010.

Horvil "Trix" Lebrick, of Brooklyn, New York, was sentenced Friday in Hartford Superior Court. Court officials said he will serve 90 years in prison on convictions of felony murder, home invasion, burglary, robbery and accessory to assault.

A jury convicted Lebrick in October of felony murder and other crimes related to the May 2010 botched robbery and shootout at the Woodcliff Estates apartments in East Hartford.

Prosecutors say Lebrick and two accomplices fatally shot 26-year-old Shawnalee Hudson after trying to break into her apartment.

They say the two accomplices, 21-year-old twins Andrew and Andraw Moses, also of Brooklyn, were shot to death in a gunfight with Hudson's ex-boyfriend, Omari Barrett.

Police didn't arrest Barrett, who was wounded in the shootout.

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