ROCHESTER — A judge has again delayed the sentencing for the man convicted of the deadly robbery at the Xerox Federal Credit Union in Webster in 2003.

Richard Wilbern was originally scheduled to be sentenced in February, was delayed until April, and delayed again until June.

In November, a jury found Wilbern guilty of robbing the credit union in August of 2003, and of shooting and killing Raymond Batzel, a Xerox employee who tried to get out.