An Eastern Kentucky man will spend the next several years in prison for setting fire to an electronics company.
A judge sentenced Leroy Hubbard to ten years in prison today. He pleaded guilty to arson and wanton endangerment last month.
Police arrested Hubbard in April for setting Midsouth electronics on fire in January, 2005.
The fire caused millions of dollars in damage to the Annville plant Hubbard used to work for.
Officials say Hubbard is under home incarceration right now but is expected to turn himself in by January.