Ex-Minneapolis police officer Thomas Lane was sentenced to three years in prison for the death of George Floyd, as part of a plea deal.

The sentencing occurred on Wednesday during a virtual hearing.

Lane was charged with second-degree manslaughter and pleaded guilty back in May for his role in Floyd’s death in 2020.

In addition to his new sentence, the former Minneapolis police officer will concurrently serve his 30-month sentence for violating Floyd’s civil rights by holding the civilian’s legs down during an arrest.