JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Alfredia Murray has yet to accept the fact that her daughter has been sentenced to three years in state prison.
"She changed her mind," said Murray, "There's nothing saying you can't change your mind."
Alfredia Murray is talking about her daughter, Kenyeta Murray.
"I kept telling her 'don't give up the baby for adoption,'" she said.
Kenyeta Murray did not and now she has been convicted on two charges of grand theft and one count of adoption fraud.
"I never thought in my wildest dreams they would put her in jail for changing her mind," said her mother.
Kenyeta Murray is a mother of six. The family said she has placed a child up for adoption before, but this time she didn't.
Prosecutors told the court that Murray was paid $894 by an adoption agency and $3,100 by a another couple for the same unborn child before she changed her mind.