JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Jury selection in the case of a teen accused of killing a 1-year-old girl will move forward on Monday.
Javarris Lane, 16, told police he shook 1-year-old Alexandria Williams because she wouldn't stop crying.
In September 2011, Lane told police he was playing video games, while Williams was on the bed. He said she fell off and was unresponsive when he tried to help.
Further investigation found the bed to be only 20 inches off the floor and the baby had been sexually abused.
Lane eventually admitted to shaking her.
"I'm just choked up about a one-year-old, my little niece had to lose her life over something like this," the girl's aunt, Anita Gibson, said at the time Lane was arrested.
Javarris Lane is facing charges of first degree murder, aggravated child abuse and sexual battery. Jury selection begins at 9 a.m. Monday.