A former ice cream truck driver convicted of killing two people and severely wounding four others in a 2010 Florida shooting was sentenced Friday to life in prison, more than 12 years after the attack.

Michael Keetley was convicted in March of two counts of murder and four counts of attempted murder.

“This has been a very long road and a very difficult case,” Judge Christopher Sabella said while announcing the sentence. “What it shows to the victims in this case is that justice is not always swift, but justice is eventually served.”

He sentenced Keetley, 52, to life in prison for each of the six counts he faced, with no possibility of parole.

Juan Guitron, 28, and Sergio Guitron, 22, were fatally shot and four others were severely wounded in November 2010 on the front porch of a home in Ruskin, Florida, on Thanksgiving.