ATLANTA -- It’s June 14 and it’s been one month since two parents, Christopher McNabb and Cortney Bell, stood before a jury and judge in Newton County and heard “guilty.” 

McNabb and Bell also heard the judge sentence them to prison for killing 2-week-old Caliyah McNabb - their biological daughter. But the jury heard they were never parents to this child.

The Georgia Department of Corrections website shows where they’re now serving their time. Bell, sentenced to 15 years in prison and 15 years on probation gets out in 2033 unless she wins an appeal. She got “credit” for the time already served beginning with her arrest in January 2018. Her "most recent institution" is listed as Arrendale State Prison. 

McNabb, unless he wins an appeal, is never getting out. He's now at Hays State Prison.

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