Dyson Allen has been jailed for life with a minimum term of nine years for killing four siblings in an arson attack in Freckleton.
Allen, 19, had to be helped away by guards as he was taken down to start his sentence.
Sobbing, the killer can barely stand.
Dyson Allen, who killed four siblings in Lancashire by torching clothes in their wardrobe, is due to be sentenced shortly.
The arsonist, who'd started fires previously, has given no reason why he did it. The 19-year-old was convicted of manslaughter.
Dyson Allen is sobbing as he's led into court from the cells. He's shaking in the dock.
Dressed in a suit and tie, and crying into a tissue, the killer looks little like his police mugshot.
A teenager is being sentenced later for starting a fire which killed four brothers and sisters.
Twins Holly and Ella Smith and their brother Jordan died in Freckleton, along with their elder brother Reece.
19 year Dyson Allen has been found guilty of manslaughter.
A joint investigation was launched with Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service.
It established that the fire was caused by a naked flame being held to clothing inside a wardrobe in the children's bedroom.
A jury has started considering its verdicts in the trial of a teenager accused of killing two brothers and their twin sisters in a house fire in Freckleton in Lancashire
19 year old Dyson Allen is accused of deliberately or accidentally starting the blaze in January last year.
He denies the murder and manslaughter of four year-old twins Holly and Ella Smith and their brothers - Jordan, who was two, and 19 year old Reece.