By CBSLA Staff

LANCASTER (CBSLA) — A man was sentenced on Wednesday to 15 years to life in state prison for a deadly crash from two years ago.

22-year-old Davion Murphy was convicted on three counts of second-degree murder after a January 2018 crash that killed three people.

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Murphy was driving a silver Lexus that struck a Subaru WRX on the driver’s side after he went through a red light.

A post-crash blood test showed that Murphy was under the influence of marijuana, prosecutors argued.

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The victims inside the Suburu were identified as 23-year-old Yovany Salazar Calzada, 26-year-old Rocio Perez Lopez and 61-year-old Virginia Martinez.

Murphy apologized to the families before his sentencing on Wednesday.

He had remained in jail since his November 2018 arrest.

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