A man has been sentenced to at least 47 years in prison for killing a woman last year in Exeter, New Hampshire.
Derek Webber had pleaded guilty to second-degree murder for beating and stabbing 65-year-old Carol Felides and then setting her home on fire in a mobile home park last year.
Prosecutors said Webber entered the home through a window after choosing his target at random.
Felides, a physical therapist's assistant, had lived in the home a short time.
Deputy Attorney General Jane Young said Wednesday Webber's sentence was one of the lengthiest for a second-degree murder conviction for one victim in state history.
Webber declined to address the court.