A court in Guatemala has sentenced a former soldier to 6,060 years in prison for his role in the massacre of 201 people during the civil war.

(The massacre at Dos Erres was one of the most violent episodes in Guatemala’s brutal 36-year civil conflict, in which an estimated 200,000 people died. He is the fifth former soldier to be convicted of taking part in the atrocities. The sentence though, is largely symbolic as the maximum actual term he can serve is 50 years.)