TJ Lane Moved to Lorain Correctional Facility

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Chardon High School murderer T.J. Lane has been moved to the Lorain Correctional Institution in Grafton, Ohio.

He will be held there while psychologists interview him and tests are conducted to see where he will serve out his sentence.

Tuesday, 18-year-old Lane was sentenced to three life sentences for the murders of 16-year-old Danny Parmertor, 16-year-old Demetrius Hewlin and 17-year-old Russell King, Jr.

Lane opened fire inside Chardon High School on Feb. 27, 2012, killing those three teens and wounding three others.

Wednesday, the court added to its statement on the t-shirt T.J. Lane wore during his sentencing Tuesday. The t-shirt had the word 'Killer' written on it.

The court's added statement is:

"Except when the judge entered the courtroom, the defendant was seated for the entire sentencing. However disgusting it may be, the defendant has a right to make a statement at sentencing."

*Click HERE to read more on the court's original statement.

FOX 8's Melissa Reid contributed to this report