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The ex- boyfriend of Jayden Parkinson, who was found guilty of her murder yesterday, has been sentenced to life imprisonment.
Ben Blakeley, who is 22-years-old and from Reading, killed Jayden in the Oxfordshire countryside in December 2013.
He was told he must serve a minimum of 20 years.
CCTV footage of Ben Blakeley and his ex-girlfriend Jayden Parkinson at two train stations on the day she was murdered was shown to the jury during his trial.
Jayden was caught on CCTV at Oxford station with Blakeley at 4.06pm on 3 December.
At 4.27pm a security camera recorded the last known sighting of Jayden as she arrived at Didcot station with her ex-boyfriend.
She was reported missing shortly after midnight.
A 22-year-old man who was found guilty of the murder of his 17-year-old pregnant ex-girlfriend showed no emotion when the verdict was delivered.
Ben Blakeley, who strangled and later buried Jayden Parkinson in a grave at a cemetery, walked to the cells and slammed the door of the dock behind him while his ex-girlfriend's family loudly sobbed.
Judge Patrick Eccles QC told the jury to return tomorrow to continue to consider the case against Jake Blakeley.
He also said Ben Blakeley would be sentenced tomorrow.
Ben Blakeley, 22, was today convicted by a jury at Oxford Crown Court of the murder of his 17-year-old pregnant ex-girlfriend Jayden Parkinson, who was strangled and later buried in a grave at a cemetery in December last year.