Leland Warmack will spend 60 years in prison for aggravated incest and 30 years for molestation of a juvenile to be served concurrently and with no chance of probation, Webster District Attorney Schuyler Marvin said Monday.
Warmack was arrested in January after the then 10-year-old victim wrote down some of the things he had allegedly done to her and gave them to her mother. The child's mother went to Doyline police chief Robert Hayden who launched an investigation with the help of Webster Parish Sheriff's detective Teresa Rogers.
Warmack was convicted by a unanimous jury of eight women and four men in June.
"The victim's aunt made a very tearful statement of how this has impacted the family," Marvin, who added he was pleased with the sentence, said. "We were glad to be able to get justice for our victim and pleased with the investigation that Hayden, along with the Webster Parish Sheriff's Office did."
Evidence in the trial consisted of photos of DVDs, sex toys and a taped forensic interview with the child at the Gingerbread House in Shreveport. The victim was then called upon to corroborate her own testimony from the taped interview.