A man who raped his unconscious teenage stepdaughter as she lay dying from a head injury has been jailed for nine years at the High Court in Glasgow.
Police stand guard outside the house in Paisley
Sentencing Judge Lord Philip told George McKee, 50, he had committed an "appalling crime" which filled members of the public with "horror".
McKee admitted raping Kerry Muchan, 14, in her Paisley home on 23 July, 2005 while she was unconscious.
Kerry died soon after the rape from a head injury caused by a fall.
Lord Philip said: "Any sentence I impose has to reflect the revulsion and horror society feels at this kind of behaviour."
Kerry was drunk and had fallen several times before she was raped.
Lord Philip said: "Instead of looking after her and being concerned for her condition and seeking medical help, you took advantage of her complete helplessness and raped her when she was in a state of complete unconsciousness."
In addition to the nine-year sentence, McKee will be monitored for three years after release.
He pleaded guilty to raping Kerry at her home in Dalskeith Avenue, Paisley.
The court heard Kerry had fallen ill after taking a cocktail of alcohol and drugs.
Her death less than two and a half hours after being raped was caused by head injuries sustained during falls.
These included a fall down stairs after which McKee took her to his bed and raped her.
He was found in bed with his stepdaughter by a relative.
When paramedics arrived, they found a faint pulse.
However, she died later in the Royal Alexandra Hospital.
A postmortem examination revealed she was still alive when her stepfather raped her.
It found she had horrific injuries consistent with being raped with considerable force.
The court was told McKee and Kerry's mother Lorna Muchan had lived as man and wife and he treated the girl as his own.