PORTLAND -- Two of the four teenagers accused of torturing a fellow high school student in a Portland shed pleaded guilty and were sentenced to the custody of the Oregon Youth Authority.

Jess Taylor, 17, and Jenna Montgomery, 15, entered their guilty pleas in Multnomah County Circuit Court to first-degree kidnapping, first-degree robbery and second-degree assault, according to The Oregonian. Montgomery was sentenced to nearly 10 years in custody and Taylor to seven years, nine months.

The newspaper also reported the two apologized to the victim for the Feb. 10 attack, in which the victim was allegedly hit over the head with a crowbar and then taken into a shed.

Background: Teens accused of torturing, kidnapping boy

Prosecutors said the victim was shot with a BB gun in the finger, chest and groin. The suspects then carved a swastika symbol into his forehead and forced him to eat cat feces.

The captors reportedly asked the victim for a skateboard and some money, and when he left to get the items he ran to an auto repair shop for help.

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The three teenagers who are 15 and older were charged as adults. Blue Kalmbach, 16, is scheduled to appear in court Aug. 21. A 14-year-old boy was previously sentenced in juvenile court.

Police and prosecutors said the teens had spent the evening before the attack sketching out ideas for torturing the victim.

Police: Teens planned out swastika attack

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