A Rochester man will serve 7-and-a-third to 22 years in prison in a drunken crash that killed a Lockport man.
35-year-old James Jacobs pleaded guilty last month to Aggravated Vehicular Homicide and weapons possession.
Prosecutors say Jacobs's car hit one driven by 52-year-old Stephen Kneeland head-on on Route 104 in Parma back in March.
Kneeland and his family were going home from a swim meet at the time.
His wife and children were in another car in front of him.
Jacobs also had a loaded gun under his passenger seat.