COLBY -- A Garden City man convicted of a Colby murder was sentenced Monday to life in prison, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said.

William Andrew Shank, 25, was sentenced in Thomas County District Court by Judge Glenn D. Schiffner to life in prison for first-degree murder. He also was sentenced to 59 months in prison for aggravated arson and 32 months for aggravated burglary.

All three sentences will run consecutive to each other.

The convictions stem from the February 2013 death of Teri L. Morris in Colby. In July, Shank pleaded guilty to the charges facing him.