A rural Paynesville man convicted of murdering an Albertville man with his father nearly 2 years ago was sentenced to over 25-years in prison Friday. 47-year-old Timothy Huber was found guilty of 2nd-degree murder in May for the October 2011 shooting death of 43-year-old Timothy Larson. Larson had ordered Huber and his father to remove their farm equipment from his father’s property in rural Belgrade before he was fatally shot. 83-year-old Delbert Huber admitted to shooting Larson and pleaded guilty to second-degree murder last summer. He is serving a 30-year prison sentence, the maximum sentence allowed. Timothy Huber’s 306-month prison sentence was on the low end of the state’s sentencing guidelines. He was also fined a thousand dollars and ordered to pay over $44,000 in restitution.