Kyle Keding, 34, of Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., watches the Green Bay Packers play on television in his home in Wisconsin Rapids, November 12, 2017. Keding was a heavy heroin user for five years until December 2, 2014, when Daniel Martz, 28, died of a drug overdose after snorting heroin that Keding bought. "The only way I can make amends to that person is by living a clean and sober life today," said Keding, who hasn't used drugs or alcohol since that night.
       
     
 Photos of Daniel Martz and a note from him decorate Martz's 12-year-old daughter Jayda Morrison's bedroom wall in her home in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., January 27, 2017. Morrison was nine when her father died of a heroin overdose. 
       
     
 Kyle Keding's girlfriend Cassandra Neinfeldt helps Keding tie his tie in their home in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., December 1, 2017, before attending a hearing where Keding pleaded no contest to a charge of reckless homicide in Daniel Martz's overdose death.
       
     
 Kyle Keding speaks to his lawyer before pleading no contest to a charge of reckless homicide at the Wood County Courthouse in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., December 1, 2017.
       
     
 Cassandra Neinfeldt watches as her boyfriend Kyle Keding pleads no contest in a charge of reckless homicide at theWood County Courthouse in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., December 1, 2017. Neinfeldt is also a recovering addict.
       
     
 Julie Straw, the mother of Daniel Martz's daughter Jayda Morrison, stands in her home in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., January 27, 2018. Straw said she wants Keding to get prison time for his role in Martz's death.
       
     
 Kyle Keding's mother rubs Cassandra Neinfeldt's neck to ease her headache during a breakfast with family and friends the morning of Keding's sentencing at the American Family Table Restaurant in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., Monday, February 5, 2018.
       
     
 Kyle Keding looks towards the Wood County Courthouse before walking in to his sentencing in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., February 5, 2018.
       
     
 Kyle Keding joins friends and family in the Serenity Prayer, which is commonly used in Narcotics Anonymous meetings, in the Wood County Courthouse before his sentencing in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., Monday, February 5, 2018. More than 40 people came to show support for Keding.
       
     
 Kyle Keding embraces his fiancé Cassandra Neinfeldt before being sentenced at the Wood County Courthouse in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., Monday, February 5, 2018. "I worry about her more than me," he said. "There's the honest fear that she won't stay... If I get three years, that's a long time. That's a long time to be without me."
       
     
 Julie Straw, from left, her daughter Jayda Morrison, and Maryah Ferk, Daniel Martz's niece react at the Wood County Courthouse in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., February 5, 2018, as the judge sentences Kyle Keding to three years in prison followed by five years of extended supervision. "Three years isn't a long time. Three years have gone by and Jayda hasn't even started to heal. Nine years would be more like a long time: one year for every year that she actually got to spend with her father," Straw said in a statement to the judge at the sentencing.
       
     
 Kyle Keding's mother sobs as the judge announces, at the Wood County Courthouse, February 5, 2018, that he is sentencing Keding to three years in prison followed by five years of extended supervision.
       
     
 Cassandra Neinfeldt hugs a friend inside the Wood County Courthouse before her fiancé Kyle Keding's sentencing in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., Monday, February 5, 2018. 
       
     
 Cassandra Neinfeldt watches Kyle Keding get escorted into the courtroom by a police officer for their wedding at the Wood County Courthouse in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., February 20, 2018.
       
     
 Cassandra Neinfeldt and Kyle Keding hold hands during their wedding at the Wood County Courthouse in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., February 20, 2018. 
       
     
       
     
Video: "The only way I can make amends"

The last time Kyle Keding used heroin was the night Daniel Martz died of an overdose on Dec. 2, 2014. Three years later, Keding plead no-contest to a charge of second-degree reckless homicide for providing the heroin that killed Martz and was later sentenced to three years in prison followed by five years of extended supervision.

 Kyle Keding, 34, of Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., watches the Green Bay Packers play on television in his home in Wisconsin Rapids, November 12, 2017. Keding was a heavy heroin user for five years until December 2, 2014, when Daniel Martz, 28, died of a drug overdose after snorting heroin that Keding bought. "The only way I can make amends to that person is by living a clean and sober life today," said Keding, who hasn't used drugs or alcohol since that night.
       
     

Kyle Keding, 34, of Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., watches the Green Bay Packers play on television in his home in Wisconsin Rapids, November 12, 2017. Keding was a heavy heroin user for five years until December 2, 2014, when Daniel Martz, 28, died of a drug overdose after snorting heroin that Keding bought. "The only way I can make amends to that person is by living a clean and sober life today," said Keding, who hasn't used drugs or alcohol since that night.

 Photos of Daniel Martz and a note from him decorate Martz's 12-year-old daughter Jayda Morrison's bedroom wall in her home in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., January 27, 2017. Morrison was nine when her father died of a heroin overdose. 
       
     

Photos of Daniel Martz and a note from him decorate Martz's 12-year-old daughter Jayda Morrison's bedroom wall in her home in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., January 27, 2017. Morrison was nine when her father died of a heroin overdose. 

 Kyle Keding's girlfriend Cassandra Neinfeldt helps Keding tie his tie in their home in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., December 1, 2017, before attending a hearing where Keding pleaded no contest to a charge of reckless homicide in Daniel Martz's overdose death.
       
     

Kyle Keding's girlfriend Cassandra Neinfeldt helps Keding tie his tie in their home in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., December 1, 2017, before attending a hearing where Keding pleaded no contest to a charge of reckless homicide in Daniel Martz's overdose death.

 Kyle Keding speaks to his lawyer before pleading no contest to a charge of reckless homicide at the Wood County Courthouse in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., December 1, 2017.
       
     

Kyle Keding speaks to his lawyer before pleading no contest to a charge of reckless homicide at the Wood County Courthouse in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., December 1, 2017.

 Cassandra Neinfeldt watches as her boyfriend Kyle Keding pleads no contest in a charge of reckless homicide at theWood County Courthouse in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., December 1, 2017. Neinfeldt is also a recovering addict.
       
     

Cassandra Neinfeldt watches as her boyfriend Kyle Keding pleads no contest in a charge of reckless homicide at theWood County Courthouse in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., December 1, 2017. Neinfeldt is also a recovering addict.

 Julie Straw, the mother of Daniel Martz's daughter Jayda Morrison, stands in her home in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., January 27, 2018. Straw said she wants Keding to get prison time for his role in Martz's death.
       
     

Julie Straw, the mother of Daniel Martz's daughter Jayda Morrison, stands in her home in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., January 27, 2018. Straw said she wants Keding to get prison time for his role in Martz's death.

 Kyle Keding's mother rubs Cassandra Neinfeldt's neck to ease her headache during a breakfast with family and friends the morning of Keding's sentencing at the American Family Table Restaurant in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., Monday, February 5, 2018.
       
     

Kyle Keding's mother rubs Cassandra Neinfeldt's neck to ease her headache during a breakfast with family and friends the morning of Keding's sentencing at the American Family Table Restaurant in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., Monday, February 5, 2018.

 Kyle Keding looks towards the Wood County Courthouse before walking in to his sentencing in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., February 5, 2018.
       
     

Kyle Keding looks towards the Wood County Courthouse before walking in to his sentencing in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., February 5, 2018.

 Kyle Keding joins friends and family in the Serenity Prayer, which is commonly used in Narcotics Anonymous meetings, in the Wood County Courthouse before his sentencing in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., Monday, February 5, 2018. More than 40 people came to show support for Keding.
       
     

Kyle Keding joins friends and family in the Serenity Prayer, which is commonly used in Narcotics Anonymous meetings, in the Wood County Courthouse before his sentencing in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., Monday, February 5, 2018. More than 40 people came to show support for Keding.

 Kyle Keding embraces his fiancé Cassandra Neinfeldt before being sentenced at the Wood County Courthouse in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., Monday, February 5, 2018. "I worry about her more than me," he said. "There's the honest fear that she won't stay... If I get three years, that's a long time. That's a long time to be without me."
       
     

Kyle Keding embraces his fiancé Cassandra Neinfeldt before being sentenced at the Wood County Courthouse in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., Monday, February 5, 2018. "I worry about her more than me," he said. "There's the honest fear that she won't stay... If I get three years, that's a long time. That's a long time to be without me."

 Julie Straw, from left, her daughter Jayda Morrison, and Maryah Ferk, Daniel Martz's niece react at the Wood County Courthouse in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., February 5, 2018, as the judge sentences Kyle Keding to three years in prison followed by five years of extended supervision. "Three years isn't a long time. Three years have gone by and Jayda hasn't even started to heal. Nine years would be more like a long time: one year for every year that she actually got to spend with her father," Straw said in a statement to the judge at the sentencing.
       
     

Julie Straw, from left, her daughter Jayda Morrison, and Maryah Ferk, Daniel Martz's niece react at the Wood County Courthouse in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., February 5, 2018, as the judge sentences Kyle Keding to three years in prison followed by five years of extended supervision. "Three years isn't a long time. Three years have gone by and Jayda hasn't even started to heal. Nine years would be more like a long time: one year for every year that she actually got to spend with her father," Straw said in a statement to the judge at the sentencing.

 Kyle Keding's mother sobs as the judge announces, at the Wood County Courthouse, February 5, 2018, that he is sentencing Keding to three years in prison followed by five years of extended supervision.
       
     

Kyle Keding's mother sobs as the judge announces, at the Wood County Courthouse, February 5, 2018, that he is sentencing Keding to three years in prison followed by five years of extended supervision.

 Cassandra Neinfeldt hugs a friend inside the Wood County Courthouse before her fiancé Kyle Keding's sentencing in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., Monday, February 5, 2018. 
       
     

Cassandra Neinfeldt hugs a friend inside the Wood County Courthouse before her fiancé Kyle Keding's sentencing in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., Monday, February 5, 2018. 

 Cassandra Neinfeldt watches Kyle Keding get escorted into the courtroom by a police officer for their wedding at the Wood County Courthouse in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., February 20, 2018.
       
     

Cassandra Neinfeldt watches Kyle Keding get escorted into the courtroom by a police officer for their wedding at the Wood County Courthouse in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., February 20, 2018.

 Cassandra Neinfeldt and Kyle Keding hold hands during their wedding at the Wood County Courthouse in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., February 20, 2018. 
       
     

Cassandra Neinfeldt and Kyle Keding hold hands during their wedding at the Wood County Courthouse in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., February 20, 2018.