Tristan Beaudette, left inset and Anthony Rauda, right, in a face covering in court. (Beaudette

Tristan Beaudette, left inset and Anthony Rauda, right, in a face covering in court. (Beaudette’s photo screenshot from ABC 10 News; Rauda’s photo screenshot from CBS Los Angeles)

A survivalist dubbed the “Malibu Sniper” will spend the rest of his life in prison for shooting and killing a father sleeping in a tent while camping with his two young daughters who cried “Daddy, daddy, daddy!” while sitting in his pool of blood.

Anthony Rauda — in a restraint chair and wearing a spit-hood over his head in court — was sentenced on Wednesday to 119 years to life in prison after killing Tristan Beaudette, 35, who was with his daughters, then 2 and 4, in Malibu Creek State Park on June 22, 2018. The girls were not injured.

Rauda was convicted on May 26 of second-degree murder, three counts of attempted murder, including two involving Beaudette’s daughters, and five counts of residential burglary. Rauda, 46, was acquitted of seven other attempted murder charges involving other early-morning shootings in the same area.

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