Judge Asks Baby Killer What Jail Sentence He Should Get

Christopher McNabb, of Covington, Georgia, who was jailed in 2019 for the murder of his 15-day-old daughter, Caliyah, who was savagely beaten to death, was given the opportunity at his sentencing hearing to pick his own sentence.

McNabb and his partner, Courtney Marie Bell, were under the influence of crystal meth at the time of the beating and claimed the baby girl had been abducted.

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Baby Caliyah’s body was later discovered in a Nike backpack in October 2017, which the pair claimed had also been stolen.

McNabb was found guilty of malice murder, felony murder, murder in the second degree, aggravated battery, cruelty to children in the first degree, cruelty to children in the second degree, and concealing the death of another.

Christopher McNabb 2017 Booking Photo

Bell was convicted of second-degree murder, second-degree child cruelty, and contributing to the dependency of a minor. She was sentenced to 30 years, the first 15 of which she would serve in confinement.

McNabb maintained his innocence before the judge: “I would never do this. I’m innocent.”

The judge then asked: “You claim you’re innocent, so tell me what sentence the man or woman you claimed did this should receive.”

McNabb replied: “If you ever find out who did this, they deserve to be under the jail,” to which the judge replied: “So they should get the maximum sentence?”

When McNabb agreed with that assessment, the judge delivered his verdict: “On the crime of malice murder, I sentence you to life in confinement without parole.”

District Attorney Layla Zon said: “That child didn’t do anything but need love, and her daddy killed her.

“All this fake crying and fake tears he did during the interviews about how much he loved his children and that he did in the courtroom are a joke.

“She was a gift to Cortney Bell and Christopher McNabb.

“That child was doomed the moment they left that hospital. They took pure innocence and brought that child into a life of hell.”

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McNabb continues to fight his conviction and sentencing.

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