DUNCAN, Okla._The juvenile who pleaded guilty back in January to helping his friend, Michael Ray, kill Duncan teenager Alyssa Wiles was sentenced Wednesday to at least six more months in a juvenile detention center.
The 14-year-old boy was sentenced before a Stephens County District Judge Wednesday afternoon. The juvenile has been locked up for more than seven months in a Lawton detention center but will be moved to a medium security facility until at least September. Wednesday's sentencing came after his apparent friend and Wiles' killer, Michael Ray, was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole last week.
Ray admitted to stabbing Wiles in the days following the murder back in June and later pled guilty to first degree murder charges. The teenager, whose identity remains confidential because he's a minor, was accused of serving as a look-out for Ray when he killed Wiles at her family home in Duncan back in June of last year.
Police said Alyssa had broken up with Ray a few days before he killed her and the butcher knife used in the slaying was obtained from the juvenile.