SENTENCED: Anthony Williams and Lyle Lamohr
The men accused of brutally murdering four friends in their Parkwood flat were sentenced to four life terms each for the murders in the Western Cape High Court on Monday.

In December, Anthony “Humpty” Williams, 28, and his co-accused Lyle Lamohr, 26, from Parkwood were found guilty of the murders of Kelvin Mouton, 30, Ryan Harland, 19, Ryan Petersen, 22, and Chaundre Minnies, 25, who were killed in Angelier Hof in 2015.

The pair had faced four counts of murder, two counts of the unlawful possession of firearms as well as the unlawful possession of ammunition.

Williams was also found guilty on a count of attempted murder and Lamohr on a count of assault with the intention to do grievous bodily harm.

KILLED: Kelvin Mouton, 30

The courtroom erupted in cheers when Supreme Court of Appeals Judge, Ashton Schippers, sealed their fate.

Williams will spend most of his life in jail after he received four life terms for each murder, eight years for the attempted murder of Charles Fortune, six years for the illegal possession of a 9mm firearm and live rounds, and six years for the illegal possession of a 7.65mm firearm and live ammunition.

Lamohr also received four life terms for each murder, six months imprisonment for assault with the intent to do grievous bodily harm, six years for the illegal possession of a 9mm firearm and live rounds, and six years for the illegal possession of a 7.65mm firearm and live ammunition.

All sentences will run concurrently.

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