Kaylea Titford, who weighed more than 22 stone, died due to morbid obesity, and her parents faced charges of manslaughter.
Alun Titford, the father, was sentenced to seven years and six months in prison, while Sarah Lloyd Jones, the mother, was jailed for six years.
Alun Titford and Sarah Lloyd Jones, the parents of Kaylea Titford, were sentenced to prison for her manslaughter.
Kaylea, who had cerebral palsy, epilepsy, and other disabilities, weighed more than 22 stone when she died in 2017.
The court heard how her parents were responsible for her care and had neglected her, leading to her obesity and eventual death.
Alun Titford had been convicted after a three-week trial in Mold Crown Court in February, while Sarah Lloyd Jones had pleaded guilty to the charge earlier.
The judge acknowledged that the tragedy of Kaylea's life and death had affected both parents, but that they had "failed her completely".
While the reporting from Sky News focuses more on the sentencing of the parents, the BBC article includes quotes from the judge who noted that their actions were "a gross breach of trust" and "reprehensible".