Joseph McAndrew Jr.
A Montgomery County judge has sentenced a 27-year-old Upper Merion man to three consecutive life sentences for the brutal murders of his parents and twin brother with a sword inside their Gulph Mills home more than three years ago.
The conviction means that Joseph McAndrew Jr. will likely never be a free man again, although where he serves that sentence is still to be determined.
Joseph McAndrew is charged with murdering his parents and his twin brother with a samurai sword.
Joseph McAndrew Jr. is accused of using a samurai sword to murder his parents and twin brother inside their home more than three years ago. His defense is insanity.
Montgomery County prosecutors say they will seek the death penalty for a 24-year-old Upper Merion man accused of using a sword to murder his parents and his twin brother in their home nearly a year ago.
Joseph McAndrew Jr., 23, has been ordered to stand trial on charges that he stabbed his mother, his father, and his twin brother to death in their King of Prussia home last March.