Watch: Sentence handed down to Victoria Martens’ mother

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The mother of 10-year-old Victoria Martens was sentenced to 12 years behind bars for her role in her daughter’s death.

On Thursday, Michelle Martens faced 12-15 years in prison after pleading no contest, in June 2018, to a charge of child abuse resulting in death.

Michelle was supposed to be sentenced on October 27, the same day as Fabian Gonzales, but it was pushed back to November 10.

Gonzales was sentenced to 37-1/2 years in prison for charges he was convicted of involving his role in Victoria’s death.

The third known suspect, Jessica Kelley, was sentenced to 44 years for the charges she was convicted of.

Judge Cindy Leos presided over all three sentencings.

Detectives say a fourth, unknown suspect is still on the loose, who they believe is actually responsible for killing Victoria.