Nine and a half years in prison. That's what the man convicted of involuntary manslaughter against a co-worker and reported lover got handed down from a judge. A jury found 28-year old Jason Wells guilty of the crime last December. He was on trial for the stabbing death of 62-year old John Carter. That crime happened in October 2006 at the Econo Lodge on Fares Avenue. Wells told police the two men were lovers and they got in a fight over sex and work. Motel managers say Carter was employed as a maintenance man there.