Dakota Miller, who was convicted of murder in the second degree and manslaughter, was sentenced on Tuesday for the death of 17-month-old Ian Maniske-Huff after the child was found unresponsive back in 2015. Police said the child had multiple bruises and was covered with bite marks; police said, during interviews, Miller admitted to biting Ian.

A man has been sentenced to 25 years to life in prison for the death of a toddler in Hornell in 2015.

Dakota Miller, who was convicted of murder in the second degree and manslaughter, was sentenced on Tuesday, according to WETM. Miller was sentenced to serve 25 years to life for the second degree murder charge, and on the manslaughter charge he was sentenced to 25 years, with five years of post-release supervision.

Miller was arrested in 2015 for the death of 17-month-old Ian Maniske-Huff after the child was found unresponsive. The boy died days later at Strong Memorial Hospital on Thanksgiving Day. Police said the baby had multiple bruises and was covered with bite marks.

Police said, during interviews, Miller admitted to biting the baby.

Later, News10NBC learned that Miller was not supposed to be left alone with anyone under the age of 18.