WOBURN (AP) - A Boston man will serve four to five years in prison for stabbing a teenager to death and wounding another man at Regis College in Weston two years ago.
Twenty-two-year-old Robenson Daniel was sentenced Thursday in Middlesex Superior Court after pleading guilty to voluntary manslaughter and assault charges.
Authorities said Daniel killed 18-year-old Elhadji Ndiaye of Waltham with a single stab wound to the chest and stabbed another Waltham man in a parking lot in September 2010. Authorities said the violence stemmed from a fight that began inside a dormitory. The second victim survived.
Neither Daniel nor the victims attended the college. Police said all three were visiting friends.
Middlesex District Attorney Gerry Leone called the stabbings another tragic example of young people settling a dispute with violence.