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Muskogee Man Gets Life in Prison for Murder of Teen

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Ryan Satterfield, victim of deadly shooting Ryan Satterfield, victim of deadly shooting

A man was sentenced to life in prison by a judge in Muskogee on Monday for the 2011 murder of a teenager.

Deandre Clark, 20, was convicted on a first-degree murder charge this March for the shooting death of 17-year-old Ryan Satterfield in November of 2011.

According to the Muskogee Phoenix, Clark received a life sentence with the possibility of parole. Since this requires 85 percent completion before he's eligible for parole, he will be in prison until he is at least 57.

Five others involved in the deadly robbery are set to go to trial in July.     

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