For attacking the Waukesha Christmas parade, Darrell Brooks was given six consecutive life sentences and more than 700 more years in jail.

Six people were killed and numerous others were injured when Darrell Brooks drove his SUV into a throng of people watching a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, last year. 

Brooks was sentenced to life in prison without the chance of extended supervision on Wednesday.

Judge Jennifer Dorow advised Brooks to take up the matter with the clerk of courts rather than bringing it up in court

A jury found Brooks, 40, guilty of all 76 charges related to the attack last month, including six counts of first-degree intentional homicide with the use of a deadly weapon. This was a complete victory for the prosecution.

After hearing testimony from victims and family members over two days, Judge Jennifer Dorow imposed the mandatory punishment

ordering Brooks to serve each of the first-degree homicide counts as a life sentence without the prospect of extended supervision. She stated that the sentences would be read in order.

For the additional 70 counts on which he was found guilty, Dorow also imposed penalties reaching hundreds of years.

For each of the 61 charges of first-degree recklessly endangering safety with the use of a deadly weapon, she gave Brooks a sentence of 1712 years.