likely will be housed on the death row unit at the Oklahoma State Penitentiary in McAlester.
Girl's family finds justice in killer's death sentence
The Cleveland County district attorney's office prosecuted the case; the state attorney general's office will take over for the appeals process.
Chiles said Jamie's family is preparing for what could be years of legal appeals.
"Getting to the main goal of putting him to death is going to be worth it in the end,” she said.
At the courthouse Thursday, Chiles, who attended the sentencing with her younger sister, said emotions still ran high when seeing him in court.
"I get very angry when I look at him; I can't really explain it,” she said. "At first, it was sorrow and shock; now it's anger.”
Contributing: Staff Writer Tony Thornton