A teenager from Abercynon found guilty of murdering a pensioner in his own home has been jailed for life and will serve a minimum of 28 years before being considered for parole.
Bleddyn King was found guilty of stabbing 63 year-old David Evans 72 times at his own home in Pentyrch, near Cardiff, in a blundered robbery.
The court had previously heard how 18 year-old King had used his mobile phone to film the scene and his victim's butchered body.
The film was deemed too horrific to be shown to the jury in his trial at Cardiff Crown Court.
Retired RAF fireman David Evans, was described as a "lost soul" since the death of his wife in 2008.
Mr Evans had met his killer on a gay website and invited him to his home near Cardiff.
Following the murder King drove off in Mr Evans' car but was stopped by police who found him dripping in his victim's blood.
Following the sentencing the family issued the following statement: