BANGOR, Maine — The Orono man convicted of luring Nichole Cable to her death by creating a fake Facebook page is scheduled to be sentenced Friday at the Penobscot Judicial Center.

A jury of seven men and five women took just 45 minutes on March 6 to find Kyle Dube, 21, of Orono guilty of murder and kidnapping in Cable’s death on May 12, 2013.

Dube lured the 15-year-old girl from her mother’s home in Glenburn and strangled her in an abduction gone wrong, according to investigators.

Dube faces between 25 years and life in prison on the murder charge. He faces up to 30 years in prison on the kidnapping charge.

Assistant Attorneys General Leane Zainea and Donald Macomber have recommended Dube be sentenced to 60 years on the murder charge and an additional 30 years on the kidnapping conviction. The prosecutors also have asked Dube pay nearly $17,000 in restitution for Cable’s funeral expenses.

The defense team of Stephen Smith of Augusta and Wendy Hatch of Bangor urged Superior Court Justice Ann Murray to send Dube to prison for 45 years for the murder and a concurrent 20 years for the kidnapping.

Dube turned down a plea offer shortly before going to trial, according to a previously published report. Details of the offer have not been made public.

He has been held without bail since his arrest on May 21, 2013. That time will count toward his sentence.

No matter what sentence Murray imposes, Dube most likely will spend the rest of his life behind bars.

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