Former actor Lillo Brancato Jr was released from prison last Tuesday after almost 10 years behind bars for a burglary gone wrong that ended with his accomplice killing a police officer. Brancato, 37, was released about six months early for meeting educational and disciplinary requirements, according to a statement by the Hudson Correctional Facility in New York. As part of his early release, Brancato will have parole conditions, including a curfew. Brancato was convicted of attempted burglary and sentenced to 10 years in prison after a botched burglary in 2005 in which an off-duty police officer was shot in the chest and later died in the hospital. Brancato’s accomplice, Steven Armento, who was convicted of the shooting, is serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole.