Third Teen Sentenced for Craigsville Murder

By: Damon Dillman
By: Damon Dillman

It's been a year since Vincent McDorman was found shot to death in his Craigsville home. On Thursday, the final teenager convicted in the murder learned his sentence.

Charles Moyer left Augusta County Circuit Court knowing he'll spend the next 18 years in jail.

Moyer plead guilty in March to charges of second-degree murder and robbery for his role in the July 2003 murder. Prosecutors say Moyer gave gloves and a mask to Christopher Bennett and Randy McAllister, the other teams convicted in McDorman's death.

On Thursday, Judge Thomas Wood sentenced Moyer to 30 years each for the murder and robbery charges, with those terms running concurrently. Wood also suspended 12 years of the sentence.

That's the same sentence given to McAllister, who had provided the murder weapon. Bennett was sentenced to three consecutive life sentences without parole for shooting McDorman.


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