He pleaded guilty to possessing more than 17,000 images he obtained from a now-defunct website, according to authorities.
The former Washington State University football player who had starred at St. John Bosco High School in Bellflower, apologized to the court.
He was sentenced to 40 years to life in state prison for the slaying in Bellflower on Christmas 2017.
A Lakewood man was sentenced today to four years and two months in federal prison for illegally selling dozens of firearms—including an AR-type rifle and machine guns—as well as ammunition and cocaine.
A judge on Monday sentenced Joseph Jeremy Bronson, 28, to 72 years to life in prison after he was convicted in June.
Prosecutors say he attacked two women and a teenage girl last summer in Bellflower and Lakewood.
His defense argued he committed the crime because he suffers from an impulse-control disorder, anxiety and depression from childhood abuse.
The victim was shot five times a day after he testified against the killer in a robbery case, according to authorities.
A judge sentenced him to 3 and a half years behind bars on Monday despite his attorney’s argument the man was suffering from a delusion.
Joan Dutton pleaded guilty in Los Angeles federal court to a misdemeanor count of concealment, withholding and destruction of labor union records, a charge which carries a possible yearlong prison sentence.