Convicted Murderer and Arsonist, Stanley Ford will never step foot outside prison again.
Summit County Common Pleas Court Judge, Christine Croce, sentenced him to nine consecutive life sentences, for torching two of his Akron neighbors' homes while they were still inside, killing 9 people, including 5 children.
Ford was recently found guilty on 26 charges, including 22 counts of aggravated murder; the most ever filed against anyone in Summit County history.
Ford set two house fires on Fultz Street in Akron, just four doors down from one another. The first fire was in April 2016, and claimed the lives of Lindell Lewis, 66, and Gloria Hart, 65.
Nearly one year later, Ford set fire to the second home on Fultz Street, where a family of seven lived. All of the members of that family perished, including 35-year-old Dennis Huggins, 37-year-old Angela Boggs, 14-year-old Jared Boggs, six-year-old Daisia Huggins, five-year-old Kyle Huggins, three-year-old Alivia Huggins, and 16-month-old Cameron Huggins.