Kenosha man gets life sentence for teen's murder

NOW: Kenosha man gets life sentence for teen’s murder

KENOSHA, Wis. (CBS 58) -- Daniel Tate heard his sentence Monday for the murder of a Kenosha teenager.

Daniel Tate, 20, was sentenced to life in prison for First Degree Intentional Homicide. He was charged for the 2017 murder of Olivia Mackay.

Authorities say he met her online.

Tate got an additional 18 and a half years for hiding a corpse and for taking and driving a vehicle without consent. 

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