Lee Konnerth, the 37 year old Weimar man convicted of murdering his girlfriend Sara Burr and their unborn child she was carrying, will serve 19 years, 8 months in prison. Konnerth accepted a plea agreement to Second Degree murder, avoiding a possible sentence on two counts of First Degree murder which would have meant life without parole. Under the agreement Konnerth could be eligible for parole after 17 years. Sara Burr was 30 years old and 22 weeks pregnant with Konnerth’s child when she was murdered. Burr graduated from Nevada Union High School in 1999 and was employed as a vocational nurse at Golden Empire Convalescent Hospital. She reportedly had met Konnerth on Facebook 10 months prior to the shooting. She is survived by two daughters and several family members who spoke at the sentencing in Placer County Superior Court in Auburn yesterday.