The man convicted of shooting four people inside the New York-New York casino in 2007 was sentenced to 90 years in prison by a District Court judge this morning.
Steven Zegrean, 53, could be eligible for parole in about 24 years.
In July, a jury convicted Zegrean of multiple charges, including attempted murder with a deadly weapon and assault with a deadly weapon.
Before being sentenced, Zegrean apologized to the victims and asked for mercy.
"I am sincerely sorry for my actions," Zegrean said. "Have mercy on me."
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