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George W. Huguely V of Chevy Chase was sentenced to 23 years in prison in Charlottesville, Va. on Thursday for the May 2010 beating death of his ex-girlfriend, Yeardley Love of Cockeysville, Md. Huguely played on the University of Virginia's lacrosse team. Huguely was convicted of second-degree murder and grand larceny in February.
FILE - In this undated photo provided by Media Relations University of Virginia, Yeardley Love is shown. A grand jury on Monday April 18, 2011 indicted former University of Virginia lacrosse player George Huguely on murder and other charges in the death of Love, a member of the women's team whom he had been dating. (AP Photo/Media Relations University of Virginia, File)
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