A Maryland appeals court says the DC Sniper must be sentenced again. Lee Boyd Malvo was 17 when he and 41-year-old John Allen Muhammad killed ten people during a three-week shooting spree around and in Washington, DC. Muhammad was executed in 2009. Malvo was sentenced to life without parole in Maryland and Virginia before the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that, in some cases, life without parole for youthful offenders violates the Eighth Amendment. The Maryland Court of Appeals said in its Friday ruling that resentencing “may be an academic question” in Malvo’s case.