Robert Earl Buttrey, 29, who pleaded guilty on July 24 for the murders of Thomas "T.J." Steele and Casey Tiner in August 2000 has been denied parole from the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles.
"They gave him a serve all, which means he will do all his time in prison and then be released," Deputy Director of the Victim Services Division Mark Odom said.
According to his plea agreement, Buttrey is required to serve two five-year concurrent sentences for the murders.
Buttrey is currently being held in the Torres unit in Hondo. His projected release date is October 2011.