WEST HOLLYWOOD—A man was sentenced to 10 years in prison on Thursday, March 28 after killing two brothers after entering the wrong way on the 405 freeway traveling westbound while intoxicated on January 21, 2017.

Palmdale brothers Ainsley Hall Hubbard, 27, and Aiden Cochran Hubbard, 31, were driving a Dodge Cara minivan around 2:44 p.m. Rodney Deshone Wright, 40, drove his Ford F-150 pickup truck on the wrong side of the freeway with blood alcohol level of .16 during the fatal collision near the Sepulveda Boulevard underpass in West Los Angeles.

The Los Angles County District Attorney’s Office, Deputy Morgan Mallory, indicated in a written statement via email to Canyon News, “Wright was driving his truck southbound in the carpool lane of the northbound 405 Freeway for more than four miles, the truck then slammed into a minivan driven by Aiden with his brother riding as a passenger.”

Ainsley died at the scene, while Aiden was later pronounced dead at the hospital. Wright’s, bail was set at $4 million. He pleaded no contest in court on Thursday plea to two counts of gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated.

California Highway Patrol explained during the investigation that Wright’s intoxication level was twice the legal limil regulated in the state of California.