A Massachusetts man who pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter for providing the heroin that led to a 16-year-old girl's fatal overdose is scheduled to find out how much time he'll spend behind bars.
WWLP-TV reports that 24-year-old Seth Lombard-Hawthorne, of Westfield, faces sentencing Thursday in Hampden Superior Court.
He pleaded guilty in January to charges related to the February 2016 overdose death of 16-year-old Lillian Anderson, a junior at Westfield High School.
The two met while working at the same fast-food restaurant.
Prosecutors have asked for a sentence of up to five years in prison for Lombard-Hawthorne. His defense attorney is asking for a more lenient sentence of two years in the county jail.