Ryan Grantham, a 24-year-old entertainer who was most popular for his jobs on Riverdale and in The Journal of a Weak Youngster, 

has been condemned to life in jail for killing his mom, as per different reports.

Ryan Grantham, a Canadian entertainer whose credits incorporate "Riverdale," "Journal of a Weak Youngster" and "Otherworldly," has been condemned to life in jail with parole ineligibility of 14 years for the second-degree murder of his mom, CBC reports.

Grantham was supposedly condemned at English Columbia High Court in Vancouver on Wednesday.

As ET recently detailed, Grantham confessed to second-degree murder in the wake of shooting his kid mother,Barbara Waite, toward the rear of the head while she played piano in Walk 2020.

 New subtleties surfaced during a consultation in June, where examiners guaranteed Grantham practiced killing his mom and afterward admitted to the frightful follow up on record, which was displayed in court. 

In Walk 2020, the entertainer shot his mother, Barbara Waite, toward the rear of the head with a .22 rifle as she played piano in their home in Squamish, English Columbia.

Since second-degree murder accompanies a programmed life sentence in Canada, the inquiry was the means by which long Grantham would need to hang tight prior to applying for parole.