OSAKA — The Osaka High Court on Friday reduced the sentence of a man convicted of killing his baby daughters to bring his punishment in line with that of his former wife, who was also convicted.

Tomokazu Nago was originally sentenced to an 18-year term for his part in the two killings. Nago and the girls’ mother starved one child and beat the other to death.

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