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Denison Man Sentenced to 90 Years In Prison

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GRAYSON COUNTY, TX -- A Denison man convicted of killing an autistic teenager will most likely spend the rest of his life behind bars.  

52-year old Robert Gray Jr. was found guilty Thursday in the murder of his ex-girlfriend's 15 year-old son.  

Prosecutors say Gray hit, gagged and hogtied Brandon White in January of 2013.

Gray was sentenced to 90 years in prison.  He won't be eligible for parole for at least 30 years.

"One of the worse murders we've had in a long time." "Special needs kids, they deserve extra love, extra care, extra protection. What happened here was terrible. Brandon white was a victim and today this jury made a statement for Grayson County," said Matt Johnson and Britton Brooks, assistant district attorney.  

Gray's attorney says he plans to file an appeal on Monday.