Anthony Barbour has pled guilty to burglary resulting in five years being added to his prison sentence.
Additional charges of kidnapping and resisting arrest were dismissed, according to media reports.
The 26-year-old Barbour, of Summer Shade, is already serving five years in prison for reckless homicide in the death of his girlfriend’s daughter, two-year-old Laynee Wallace.
The burglary charged stems from Barbour, after Wallace’s death, breaking into a woman’s home, near Temple Hill, with a .22-caliber rifle. He waited for the woman to return and forced her to drive him to another location. Kentucky State Police, though, stopped the truck and captured Barbour after eight days on the run.
Laynee’s body was found in a well near Barbour’s family’s property on May 25, 2015.
(Photo courtesy of the Barren County Detention Center)