One of the men convicted in the murder of two Tsawwassen women more than 20 years ago had his bid for release denied again this week.
Derik Lord, who is now in his late 30s, was one of three teens convicted in the 1990 slayings of his friend's mother and grandmother in a murder-for-hire inheritance plot in 1990.
He was found guilty of first-degree murder in 1992 and sentenced to life in prison without a chance for parole for 10 years in the deaths of Sharon Huenemann and Doris Leatherbarrow.
As a young offender at the time of his conviction, 10 years was the maximum sentence the judge could hand down.
Lord was denied both day and full parole for the seventh time on Tuesday.
He has continued to maintain that he is innocent and did not murder the two women.
Darren Huenemann, the mastermind behind the murders of his mother and grandmother, and coaccused David Muir, have both admitted their roles in the double slaying.
Huenemann, who was sentenced to life in prison without a chance for parole for 25 years, remains in prison.
Muir served his 10-year sentence and has since been released.