The Elmira man convicted of shooting and killing a woman then dumping her body was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison Monday.
Kimani Meadows was found guilty of murdering Robyn Roper from the Bronx.
The prosecution called it an execution-style killing, shooting her five times then leaving her body near Draht Hill Road.
He wasn't arrested until about a week later.
During that time however, he was involved in an attempted murder.
He was convicted and sentenced on that crime, and is serving 23 years in prison.
This new sentence will be added on.
“If you were in court and you watched the interview that Nick Dimuth of the sheriff’s department conducted, you will see that he was a cold calculating individual. He pretended that he was tired. This guy doesn’t care about human life whatsoever,” said Weeden Wetmore, Chemung County district attorney.
Meadows was also sentenced for two counts of criminal possession of a weapon, but those sentences will be served at the same time.
He has 30 days to appeal.