A Langley man who was tried and convicted a second time for murdering two sex trade workers has been sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for at least 18 years.
Sex trade workers Gwendolyn Lawton and Sheryl Koroll were found dead in 2007.
Koroll’s body was spotted at a Langley industrial park, while Lawton was found in Abbotsford.
Davey Butorac was found guilty of murder six years later, but those convictions were overturned and a new trial was ordered.
After being found guilty in their deaths a second time this past April, Butorac has been sentenced to life behind bars.
A third murder charge was dropped after the Crown concluded the evidence wasn’t as strong. Margaret Redford’s body was discovered in an Aldergrove creek in 2006.