A judge has sentenced Daniel Ugarte Navarro, a Hallmark/Westland Meat Company worker implicated in a case of animal cruelty. Navarro will serve 270 days of either electronic monitoring or weekend work release, according to the Press-Enterprise of Riverside, Calif.

The animal abuse case triggered the largest meat recall in U.S. history.

Navarro, 49, of Pomono, Calif., also received three years of felony probation and a fine of more than $200, and he will have to attend classes and counseling.

Source: Meatingplace.com