Two teen girls stabbed 16-year-old Skylar Neese to death and left her body on the side of a road because they didn't want to be friends with her anymore.
That's what Neese's father Dave told CNN in a shocking new interview, which focused on the night Neese was lured out of her Star City, W.Va. home and killed. Her body was found months later.
Rachel Shoaf, 16, pleaded guilty last month to killing Neese on July 6, 2012 and an unidentified minor was arrested, but has not been tried yet.
When asked what he had to say to the two young suspects, Dave Neese didn't hesitate.
"Rot in hell," he said. "I want them to go through the pain and agony my daughter went through. I want them to have no life because Skylar doesn't have one."
Dave Neese said his daughter and her killers were "inseparable" friends. He said he was "sick" when he found out that the same girl who had asked him for updates in the search for his missing daughter had stabbed her and left her body under branches in a Pennsylvania township.
Shoaf, a red-haired actress, singer and student, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder on May 1 and is currently in a juvenile detention facility awaiting her sentence. It's unclear what will happen to the other girl, whose name is still being held by the court. It's also unclear whether prosecutors will seek to try her as an adult, WDTV reports.
It took police months to find any solid leads in the murder. Shoaf broke down and admitted that she played a part in the stabbing on Jan. 3, and told investigators where to find the body.