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Life in prison with no chance of freedom for 14 years.
That's the sentence for a Coquitlam man who murdered the mother of his two sons last year.
James Mou has been sentenced following a two-day hearing in New Westminster's BC Supreme Court.
Earlier this week, the 36 year old, originally charged with first degree murder, pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of second degree murder.
It's believed he beat and strangled his estranged wife Lancy Hu in July of 2011.
The 27-year old mother's body was found more than a month later in a suitcase pulled from the Fraser River near Steveston by fishermen.
The couple had been fighting over custody of their children, who are now three and four years old.
Mou confessed when he was arrested in September of last year.