An arsonist has been jailed for 16 years for setting fire to a hotel in Aberystwyth which killed a man.
Damion Harris started the fatal fire on 25 June last year after spending the evening drinking in a pub.
CCTV footage shows the moment he set fire to a set of curtains before entering the basement and setting another fire.
His actions led to the death of 48-year-old Juozas Tunaitis, who was staying at the Ty Belgrave House Hotel while working at Aberystwyth University.
His body was found in the collapsed remains of the building two months after the fire.
The court heard how guests had to jump from balconies to escape the flames that also engulfed nearby properties.
One family were forced to leave through a window and climb onto the hotel's roof.
In court, it was described how guest Richard Simnett fell from the roof and suffered serious injuries. His partner and sons, aged five and four, had to be rescued from the roof by fire crews as smoke engulfed them.
Harris, 31, pleaded guilty to manslaughter, arson and inflicting grievous bodily harm with intent.
He was originally charged with the murder of Mr Tunaitis, but offered guilty pleas including to the alternative charge of manslaughter on the day of his trial.
A letter written by Harris was read out in court in which he said he was "not a murderer" and would "never hurt anyone with his own two hands."
He was jailed for 16 years.