What a Texas mom did when her infant girl wouldn't stop crying is beyond all belief

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Kayla Monique Stouten-Orozco of Galveston, Texas, will spend her next ten years in prison for felony endangerment of a child after she tied pajamas around her 15-month-old daughter's head when she wouldn't stop crying.

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The 24-year-old woman was initially charged with murder, but a jury found her guilty instead of the lesser crime of felony endangering a child. It's not immediately clear how the jury arrived at this conclusion.

The child was suffocated to death.

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KTRK reported the heartbreaking details of what happened on Sept. 15, 2014.

One of Stouten-Orozco's other children told authorities that Stouten-Orozco, tired of listening to her daughter cry, tied a pair of pajama bottoms around the child's face and head.

The child attempted to get the pajama bottoms from around the baby's face but was unsuccessful. Stouten-Orozco eventually asked a neighbor to call 911 for help. EMS testified that Estrellia had already been dead for about 1 to 2 hours by the time they got there.

Stouten-Orozco will be eligible for parole, however, once the first five years of her sentence have been served.

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