MADISON COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) — A man convicted of manslaughter for a 2018 incident was sentenced in the Madison County Courthouse on Wednesday.

53-year-old Antony Wu was found guilty in February after waiving his right to a jury trial earlier this year. According to court documents, a second-degree assault charge was dismissed.

The judge handed down a 20-year prison sentence. Along with the prison time, Wu is required to pay all court costs, the victim’s funeral costs, $2,500 in restitution and other additional fines.

In November 2018, Huntsville Police said Wu crashed his truck into a home on Riverchase Road late one night, killing 48-year-old Joy Vaughn who was sleeping inside.

Wu’s 1996 Dodge Ram went off the road and ran through multiple yards, hitting a fence and an unoccupied vehicle before crashing into Vaughn’s house.

Police believe drugs and alcohol were contributing factors.

A search warrant for blood analysis was obtained, and later a mistrial was declared after Wu’s attorneys said they weren’t given a toxicology report.

Following his conviction, Wu’s bond was set at $30,000.