FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — Prosecutors say two 60-year-old cousins from Mexico must serve life terms in U.S. prisons for helping set up the 2013 Texas slaying of an attorney who once led a drug cartel.READ MORE: Dozens Of Homes Were Evacuated Due To Wildfire In Central Texas
Ledezma-Cepeda in May was convicted of conspiracy to commit murder for hire in what prosecutors say involved electronic stalking of the victim.
Juan Jesus Guerrero Chapa was in his parked vehicle in downtown Southlake when he was fatally shot. His attacker remains at large.READ MORE: Greenhill Seniors Lee Dort And Noah Shelby To Continue Unique Bond At Vanderbilt University
Prosecutors say Ledezma-Cepeda and his cousin, Jose Luis Cepeda-Cortes, helped arrange the killing.
Cepeda-Cortes was convicted of interstate stalking, conspiracy to commit murder for hire and tampering with documents or proceedings. He was sentenced last week to life in prison.
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