Last week, a judge sentenced a West Virginia woman to 40 years in prison after she pleaded guilty to killing her boyfriend back in 2019 with assistance from her biological father, who she then married.

Local reports from WVNS, the Bluefield Daily Telegraph, and WOAY confirm Amanda Michelle Naylor McClure, 31, was sentenced Thursday for her role in the February 2019 murder of John Thomas McGuire, 38.

McClure had been dating McGuire while both were living in Minnesota.

McGuire’s dismembered body was discovered Sept. 24, 2019, in a shallow grave in Skygusty, West Virginia.

McClure pleaded guilty to second-degree murder back in July — a month before her sex offender father, Larry Paul McClure, Sr., 55, was sentenced to life without mercy for McGuire’s killing.

Larry McClure, a Kentucky man, was living in West Virginia after being released from prison, where he served time for sex offense charges.

Amanda McClure was estranged from her father; she was raised by her adoptive parents. The pair later became involved in an incestuous relationship, and married in Virginia nearly a month after the murder.

During last week’s hearing, Amanda McClure said McGuire was killed because he “was with me. My dad didn’t want anyone else near me,” reports the Daily Telegraph.

She told the court McGuire was killed not long after telling Larry he was in love with Amanda, and wanted to marry her.

“I wish I could bring John back,” Amanda said Thursday. “He was a good man.”

According to reports, Larry drove to Indiana with Amanda’s sister, Anna, to pick her and McGuire up.

The four traveled to Skygusty, where they all lived for 10 days. But Larry confessed to hitting McGuire in the head with a bottle of wine that Valentine’s Day.

He was tied up, injected with liquid methamphetamine, and later strangled with a garbage bag.

Larry had previously testified McGuire was tortured over two days before he died.

The body was buried, and then dug up six days later.

McGuire’s body were then dismembered before being buried again.

Amanda’s sister, Anna Marie Choudhary, 32, is also facing first-degree murder charges in connection with McGuire’s death. The North Carolina woman is still awaiting trial on that charge.

Judge Ed Kornish called the killing “a heinous crime that lasted for two days,” and said Amanda was attempting to place all the blame for McGuire’s death on her father.

“I don’t think you’re taking full responsibility for killing John — you’re blaming it on your father,” Kornish said, according to the Daily Telegraph. “After killing John, you dug him up later. When you all dug him up his body was dismembered and stakes of some kind were driven through his body … Then you reburied him … there was no reason for this.”

Kornish bemoaned the fact Amanda will likely only serve 20 years of her sentence. “I hope and pray you will learn and change, and when you do get out, will be a different person,” he said. “The time you will serve is not an adequate amount of time for the pain you have caused.”

12 thoughts on “Woman Kills Boyfriend And Marries Her Dad”
  1. I always thought there was a reason why some states have the DEATH penalty…now this case would have been very DESERVING of such penalty for both, father and daughter….!!!!!!

    1. The other female,Anna, is just as guilty. Too bad we can’t dish out what they deserve. It makes me SICK to read about this…

  2. The Judge said that this sicko will probably only serve 20 years of her sentence, when she actually should have received the DEATH PENALTY ! All three of them, Amanda, Anna and Larry, are all repulsive human garbage !

    1. In this Country you can get away with Murder.They let you live free room and board free clothing and they feed you.

    1. All this guy did was fall in love with a girl! And by the way, southern proud, there people can also marry their cousins, brothers, sisters (or both), sons, daughters, uncles, aunts, grandparents and selected animals!!

  3. YOU MURDER, YOU SUFFER THE SAME FATE. TAKE A LIFE YOU SACRIFICE YOUR OWN. This is not cruel, this is justice and is supposed to be not only justice but a determent.

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