Millard was later charged with the 2012 murder of his own father, who he shot through the eye in the family’s Toronto home. Millard first tried to claim his father's death was the result of suicide. But investigators later reopened the case and the truth was uncovered that Millard was actually responsible for the death of his rich father.
Millard had inherited a fortune when his father died, but his assets were frozen once he was charged with his murder.
With three concurrent murder convictions, Millard will serve a minimum of 75 years in jail. Parole will not be granted until at least 2088, by which time Millard would be 103 years old.
Millard, who is now 36, still to this day denies he is responsible for any of the three murders, but the courts have decided otherwise and he will remain behind bars likely for the rest of his time on earth.