A Texas judge has ordered the so-called "affluenza" teen, Ethan Couch, to serve just under two years in a county jail. 

Couch, 19, made national headlines after a judge did not give him jail time for a 2013 DUI crash that left four people dead.

The judge gave Couch four consecutive 180-day sentences today, one for each of the people that he killed.

The "affluenza" term came about after his lawyers successfully argued that Couch didn't know right from wrong due to his extremely wealthy upbringing. 

Last year, after a video showed him drinking with friends - a violation of his probation - Couch fled to Mexico with his mother.

They were arrested after a few weeks in late December. In February, Couch's case was transferred to adult court.

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