Philanthropist murdered by a man Jacqueline Avant has received his sentence.

Aariel MaynorFor the murder of the 81 year-old victim, a Los Angeles Superior Court Judge sentenced Corey (age 30) to 150 years to death in prison and an additional 40 years consecutively in prison Kathryn Solorzano on Tuesday, April 19.

The sentencing comes after Avant was fatally shot during Maynor’s burglary of the Beverly Hills home she shared with her husband, music executive Clarence Avant, on Dec. 1, 2021. Maynor attempted to escape from the scene by firing shots at a security officer. The guard did not sustain any injuries.

According to the Deputy district attorney Victor Avila, after the burglary, Maynor then broke into a home in Hollywood Hills and shot himself in the foot by accident.

Los Angeles Police officers arrived on the spot to discover Maynor with a gunshot to his foot. Mark Stainbrook. The evidence, which includes an AR-15 rifle, was found by detectives linking Maynor with Avant’s death. On Dec. 2, 2021, the Beverly Hills Police Department made public his arrest.