Anthony Taglianetti, of Woodbridge, was sentenced Monday to 25 years to life in the 2012 shooting of a New York man, according to WGRZ Channel 2.
Taglianetti was convicted in November of second-degree murder in the death of Keith Reed, a school district superintendent.
Prosecutors alleged that Taglianetti killed Reed over emails exchanged between Taglianett's wife and Reed, according to The Star-Gazette. Reed was shot three times outside his home.
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