After more than two weeks of trial, a Gwinnett County jury delivered a post-apportioned award of $13.8 million to the mother of a baby who was born and died in an extended stay hotel at the hands of a cult leader now serving a life sentence for starving the child to death.

Alcenti McIntosh was just 15 months old and only weighed 7.5 pounds when she died.

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