The gunman convicted of murdering a Seton Hall student and wounding four others at a party has been sentenced to 95 years in prison.

The judge told Nicholas Welch committed an "evil act" that deserved harsh punishment, and that is what the 29-year-old received.

Welch was convicted in March of murdering Seton Hall sophomore Jessica Moore and wounding four others in 2010. He had been...

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