The man who shot a 14-year-old dead in a middle school hallway in 2010 has been ordered to pay the mother of his victim $1million through a civil lawsuit.
Hammad Memon was ordered to pay the fine plus any court costs to Towanda Moore, whose son Todd Brown was shot in the back of the head by Memon, who was one of his classmates at the time, according to a September 7 ruling .
Memon is currently serving a 30-year sentence for murdering the boy, who was a ninth grader at Discovery Middle School in Madison, Wisconsin. The new order was first reported today by WAFF-48.
Hammad Memon (left) has been ordered to pay Todd Brown's (right) family $1million seven years after shooting him dead in a crowded middle school hallway in Madison, Wisconsin
Memon was ordered to pay the fine to Brown's mother, Towanda Moore (pictured), who originally also filed the lawsuit against multiple school officials before dropping it to just include Memon's name
Brown was gunned down in a crowded hallway on February 5, 2010, by Memon, who was just 14 at the time.
Memon pleaded guilty to the crime in 2013.
He had been ordered to stand trial as an adult when he was charged in July 2010. Just a few months before