Michael Akins Jr. has been sentenced to two consecutive life sentences without the possibility of parole for 25 years and a sentence of 59 months for his conviction on multiple counts of aggravated indecent liberties with a child.
It will be 55 years before Akins can consider the possibility of being free again.
In addition to this time, District Judge Ronald Innes sentenced Akins to a maximum concurrent sentence of 59 months on the remaining 11 convictions.
After serving his time, Akins will be subject to a lifetime of post-release supervision and parole, as well as being on the sex offender registry. Innes also sentenced Akins to $6,805 in fines and court costs.
Akins sat still as the sentences were handed down by Innes, as members of his family, many of whom pleaded with Innes for a reduced sentence and for Akins to be free on bond pending appeal, wept behind him.
Akins was then was taken to the county jail in handcuffs, where he will await transportation to the Kansas Department of Corrections.

For more on the sentencing, read Wednesday's Sentinel.