The second of two teenagers who pleaded guilty to the 2021 murder of their Spanish teacher at the Fairfield High School in Iowa was sentenced to life in prison Wednesday, Andy Rose reports for CNN. Jeremy Goodale and Willard Miller pleaded guilty to first-degree murder for beating Nohema Graber to death and concealing her remains under a tarp, wheelbarrow and railroad ties when they were both 16-years-old, according to authorities. Goodale will be eligible for parole in 25 years, with Judge Shawn Showers noting that Goodale’s age is the only thing that saved him from a lifetime behind bars. Meanwhile, Miller, who was also sentenced to life in prison, will be eligible for parole in 35 years. Miller is appealing his sentence.