PORTLAND, Maine (AP)&nbsp- A 20-year-old Scarborough man will not be serving any jail time for a car crash last summer that took the life of his foster sister.

A judge in Portland imposed a $1,000 fine and a seven-month license suspension on John Heger.

Heger was behind wheel of a car that veered off Black Point Road in Scarborough on July 12, 2007, killing Brittany Burke.

After the original charge of manslaughter was dropped, Heger pleaded guilty to criminal speeding and driving to endanger.

The prosecution sought a six-month jail term, but Superior Court Justice William Brodrick opted for leniency after Burke’ s mother said Heger will suffer enough from the memory of the fatal accident.