Father Accused Of Starving His 15-Month-Old Daughter To Death Pleas Guilty-Sentenced To Life In Prison
Georgia Man Pleas Guilty To Starving His Infant Daughter To Death
- Calvin McIntosh, 48, pled guilty to starving his 15-month-old daughter to death in a court session on Tuesday.
- The judge sentenced McIntosh to life in prison with a chance of parole as per the plea deal.
- After the investigation, the police found McIntosh's daughter Najlaa and the other three children.
- Another woman, Iasia Sweeting was found wrapped in a blanket and was lying on the floor while the investigator reached a hotel room.
A Georgia man, who was reportedly connected to a black supremacist cult, has pleaded guilty to starving his 15-month-old daughter to death in a court session on Tuesday.
Calvin McIntosh, 48, has been sentenced to life in prison after the plea with a chance of parole, as part of the plea deal.
Gwinnett County prosecutor's office said As per the plea deal, McIntosh was sentenced to life in prison with 30 years on probation
In November 2014, McIntosh reportedly brought his daughter Alcenti where she was pronounced dead straight away. The autopsy revealed that the child was starved which was the cause of her death. The medical staff said Alcenti only 7 pounds.
Alcenti's death led the authorities to conduct their investigation in his home at Jimmy Carter Boulevard where they found his 23-year-old daughter Najlaa and three children ages 5, 3, and 3 and all three were severely malnourished.
A 21-year-old woman, Iasia Sweeting was also found in the hotel room where she was wrapped in a blanket and lying on the floor. Authorities said Sweeting only weighed only 59 pounds.
After the investigation, police revealed that McIntosh fathered two of the children with his daughter Najlaa and one with his Sweeting.