GREENBELT, Md. (WUSA) - Jason Scott, who faces murder charges in the 2009 deaths of a mother and daughter, was sentenced on Tuesday to 100 years in prison for crimes committed during multiple burglaries and armed home invasions.
Scott, 28, was sentenced in U.S. District court in Greenbelt.
Scott, who worked at UPS, was convicted in July of stealing firearms, armed carjacking and producing child pornography, among other crimes. Prosecutors contend that Scott used the database at UPS to pinpoint the homes he invaded.
Scott will face separate murder charges stemming from the March 2009 deaths of Delores and Ebony DeWitt, mother and daughter.