Ex-UPS worker gets 100 years for home invasions

A man awaiting trial in the deaths of a mother and her daughter has been sentenced to 100 years in prison for crimes committed during dozens of armed home invasions and burglaries.

Jason Scott was sentenced Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Greenbelt. A judge said he'll be remembered as one of the "most hated" people in the county and that he was a "tsunami" of crime.

The 28-year-old was convicted in July of crimes including armed carjacking, producing child pornography and stealing firearms. Prosecutors say he admitted to dozens of burglaries and other crimes.

Prosecutors say Scott used a database at the UPS facility where he worked to target the homes.

Scott faces separate murder charges in the deaths of a mother and her daughter in March 2009.