The gunman police believe was planning a mass killing at Folsom Lake College in 2012 will get out of jail next year.

David Ming Lee was sentenced today to a nine-year term, but nearly half of that term will be on supervised probation. With good-time credits, Lee is eligible to be released in April of 2015.

The 22-year-old was arrested in October of 2012 at the college after he brought a loaded Glock pistol onto campus.

In Facebook postings, Lee had called himself a "murderous person" and wanted to exceed the 33 shooting deaths at Virginia Tech University in 2007.