HOLLAND, Mich. (WOOD) — A Holland Township man accused of shooting a woman in the face has been sentenced.

Willie Thomas Riley was sentenced April 26 on two charges: assault with intent to murder and felony firearms. He was also ordered to pay $7,900 in restitution fees.

The shooting happened July 15, 2020 on 136th Avenue near James Street in Holland Township.

The Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office said authorities went to the home after getting a 911 call from someone who was worried that shots may have been fired. Deputies said they could hear shots as they were preparing to go inside the apartment. Riley then jumped off a balcony and ran away, according to OCSO.

Riley was arrested about an hour later without incident.

At the time of the shooting, three children, ranging in age from 18 months to 10 years, were inside the apartment. They were not harmed.

Riley pleaded guilty to charges March 29.

He faces 14 to 50 years on the assault with intent to murder charge. He faces an additional 21 months to 24 months on the felony firearms charge, which he was credited 285 days.