For abusing children, Ruby Franke, a YouTube parent vlogger, was given a prison sentence. 

Ruby Franke, a mother of six who gave online parenting advice via a popular YouTube channel, was sentenced to four prison terms of between one and 15 years each, on aggravated child abuse charges on Tuesday 

Franke, 42, was arrested in the southern Utah city of Ivins last August after her malnourished 12-year-old son, who was bound with duct tape and had open wounds,

climbed out of a window at the home of Jodi Hildebrandt, the owner of a self-improvement counseling business, to ask for food and water from a neighbor. Franke had 2.3 million followers on her now-deleted 8 Passengers video channel.

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Later on, one of Franke's daughters was discovered in Hildebrandt's house in a similarly undernourished state.

Shari Franke, 20, Franke's oldest daughter, posted an Instagram photo of police officers with the comment "Finally" after her arrest. The photograph has since been removed.

In an additional statement, 54-year-old Hildebrandt expressed her wish for the kids to "heal physically and emotionally."