A Macon woman who wasn't at home when a house fire killed three of her children will be serve at least six years in prison.
Colethia Williams pleaded guilty Monday morning in Bibb County Superior Court to three counts of involuntary manslaughter and one count of cruelty to children.
She received a 40-year sentence from Judge Howard Simms, and must serve at least six years in prison.
That's according to Assistant District Attorney Nancy Scott Malcor.
Williams was initially charged with three counts of felony murder and the one count of child cruelty. The murder charges were replaced with manslaughter as part of a plea agreement,
Police said Williams was apparently not home when the fire broke out around 1:30 a.m., on Sunday, Feb. 24, 2013. The fire happened on James Street in Macon.