British Man Gets Life in Prison For Tujunga Double Murder
LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- A British national was sentenced to life in prison Friday in connection with a 2001 double murder in Tujunga.

Neil Graham Revill, 38, was convicted of first-degree murder in the fatal stabbing of Kimberly Crayton and second-degree in Arthur Davodian's death.

The couple was killed in a condominium in the 10100 block of Commerce Avenue in Tujunga on October 11, 2001.

Davodian's body was found beheaded and stabbed 14 times.

Crayton, whose 14-month-old baby was spared, was stabbed 19 times.

Prosecutors said that Revill's DNA was linked to blood found on the child's dress.

He was sentenced without possibility of parole.