"He's a monster," Royalty said. "He's a cruel, cruel, cruel person, and he does not need to be out on the streets."
Rallying with posters and signs, creating a Facebook page and wearing t-shirts, Sanders' loved ones said that they want her death to make a difference. They want to send a clear message that abuse is never okay and that if you do need to escape, there is hope and resources available.
"There's help out there," Royalty said. "There is help."
Orona Junior is expected to be sentenced August 1.
Sanders' friends and family said they will be there fighting for the maximum penalty.