Convicted murderer Ricky Cummings was sentenced to death by lethal injection this afternoon.
Last week the jury found Cummings guilty in the shooting deaths of 17-year old Tyus Sneed and 20-year old Keenan Hubert back in March of last year.
There were a lot of emotion in the courtroom when the verdict was read.
Many of the victims family members said the death penalty was exactly what they were hoping for.
For Marion Bible having to face his friends murder in court, has meant an overwhelming amount of emotion.
"It's a night that haunts me every night, I cant sleep thinking about March 28th," said shooting victim Marion Bible.
Marion was in the car the night he and his friends were bombarded by bullets.
Two of them, Tyus Sneed and Keenan Hubert, never made it out.
"It's just been hard on me and my family so I was happy with the outcome," said Bible.
After spending numerous days in court, the victims families finally felt some peace.
And once the verdict was read, the victims family members were able to tell Cummings how he's affected their lives.
"You've hurt my family a whole lot, you know what it's like finding your own child riddled with bullets,"said Tyus Sneed's dad Robert Sneed.
And although they've had their day in court they said it will never bring back their loved one.
"He getting what he deserved, you know I wish they could kill him over and over, but they going to kill him once," Kennan Hurbert's dad Artie Matthews.
"Maybe they'll learn from this, the outcome of this trial and others trials that are coming, so maybe they'll stop and think about it before they pick up a gun," Kennan Hubert's cousin Aphtan Daniella.
But not everyone agreed with the verdict.
"We really don't think that the jury's verdict was correct," said defense attorney Russ Hunt.
"We're going to appeal, I'm going to the innocent project. I'm getting activist down here because they didn't let us use our evidence," said Ricky Cumming's mom Elma Richards.
At the end of the day, Ricky Cummings said good bye to his family.
"Love y'all," said Ricky Cummings.
And was taken away.
"It's the outcome I expected and prayed for," said Bible.
An appeal to the Court of Criminal Appeals in Austin is mandatory, and is already in process.