VENTERSDORP - A black farm worker convicted of killing South Africa’s white supremacist leader Eugene Terre’Blanche was on Wednesday sentenced to life imprisonment. “I find no valid reason to deviate from the prescribed sentence,” Judge John Horn said, upholding the prosecution request for life in prison. Chris Mahlangu “failed to express genuine remorse” for bludgeoning Terre’Blanche to death in his farmhouse outside the small town of Ventersdorp on April 3, 2010, Horn said. He displayed a “flagrant disregard for the deceased’s right to life.” “You went so far as to accuse the deceased of sodomy, and undoubtedly caused the families hurt,” said Horn.