Little boy admits to killing his father's new girlfriend

The suspect 
By: Ryan Lee Hall 

A boy was not happy that his father hooked up with a new girlfriend, so he killed her.

An 11-year-old Burke County boy pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter and possession of a firearm in the shooting death of his father's girlfriend.

The boy was 10-years-old when he was accused in the murder of Jennifer Albright at their home in Midville. He received the maximum sentence from juvenile court judge Saunders Willie and will be jailed until the age of 21.

The child was not named because he was not charged as an adult. Midville is in central Georgia and about 160 miles southeast of Atlanta.

Albright, was watching the child, his younger cousin and her 2-year-old on December 30. Prosecutors said the boy shot Albright in the back with a 12 gauge shotgun while she was changing her daughter.

Citing Juvenile Justice Department records, the boy is the second person of his age to be charged in connection with a murder in Georgia.

The other is a girl charged in Fulton County, but the department refused to disclose details. According to agency records, they are the youngest inmates to be held in connection with murders.