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William Stephens, who was convicted of killing his 16 week old daughter Paris Vince-Stephens in Bristol, has been sentenced to six years at Bristol Crown Court.
He'll serve three years in jail and three years on licence.
A Bristol father is facing jail after being convicted of killing his 16-week-old daughter.
Paris Vince-Stephens was shaken to death by her father, William Stephens, at her home in Bristol in January this year.
Paris's mother, 19 year old Danah Vince, was acquitted of causing or allowing the death of a child.
Stephens, who showed no emotion when the jury foreman returned the guilty verdict, will be sentenced tomorrow by Mr Justice Teare.
The father of a three month old girl has been convicted of killing her. Paris Vince-Stephens was shaken at her family's home in Bristol in January.
Today a jury found her father William Stephens guilty of her manslaughter. It emerged during the court case that social workers met with Paris' family ten times in the year leading up to her death.
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A man from Bristol has today been jailed for six years for killing his 16-week-old daughter Paris Vince-Stephens