A Salt Lake woman convicted of killing her live-in boyfriend was sentenced Friday to serve a five-year-to-life sentence in the Utah State Prison.

Teri Lin Goddard, 36, was found guilty in October in the stabbing death of Derek G. Hall, 33, on June 2. During the trial, Goddard said she was holding a knife and Hall fell on top of it and was accidentally stabbed.The jury, however, ruled that the stabbing was no accident and convicted her of second-degree murder.

Judge David Young fined Goddard $1,250 and also ordered her to pay $3,500 in restitution to Crime Victims Reparation and $2,000 recoupment fee to the Legal Defender's Association in addition to the prison sentence.