Friday morning, the two Pocatello teens convicted of murdering their friend Cassie Jo Stoddart were sentenced to life in prison.

Brian Draper and Torey Adamcik are 17 years old and their life in the free world is over.

The two brutally stabbed Stoddart 29 times last September.

The sentencing hearing was packed with members of Stoddart family and of the two boys.

Judge Peter McDermott said he's convinced these two teens are so disturbed that they would kill again if they ever got out in the free world.

Prosecutor Mark Hiedeman recommended life in prison without the possibility of parole.

He said, "The horror and the pain she must of felt when the blades of those knives entered her body and she finally realized that she was being murdered by her friends is unimaginable."

Before Hiedeman gave his sentence recommendation, both Torey Adamcik and Brian Draper gave teary apologies for the heinous crime they committed.

Draper said, "All I ask you is to give me the punishment I deserve for my part in this crime. That is the only way I will be able to find some sort of closure by getting what I deserve."

Torey cried out, "I feel terrible for Cassie's family and my family and friends and especially for Cassie. What happened to her was monstrous."

Draper told the judge he could have saved Cassie, "She was scared and alone and she needed someone to protect her from harm, I did not do that, instead I didn't do a thing to help her."

Hiedeman reminded Judge McDermott, "He had no pity on Cassie Jo, he deserves no pity, he showed no mercy on September 22nd, 2006 and he deserves none."

Attorneys for each of the teens told the judge why they deserve less than life, Adamcik's attorney Aaron Thompson said, "I'm truly sorry that our community, our world lost Cassie Stoddart. I just don't want to lose another teenager."

Draper's attorney asked for leniency because he led the police to the most incriminating evidence,"I believe he went to police to do the right thing. When you do the right thing with everything to lose and nothing to gain, that is courage."

Judge McDermott didn't offer Draper a different sentence than Adamcik. "The best prediction of future behavior is past behavior," he said.

Judge McDermott says he's convinced the boys methodically planned out and executed their friend's murder together.

"You've ruined your lives, you've taken Cassie's life from her family. You will each serve a life sentence fixed without the possibility of parole," said Judge McDermott.