The infamous case of the Hello Kitty killers will finally close today when the last of the accused is sentenced after pleading guilty to manslaughter at his retrial yesterday. Leung Shing-cho - a member of the gang who subjected young mother Fan Man-yee to weeks of horrific torture, then dismembered her body, stuffed her head in a Hello Kitty doll and threw her internal organs out of a window - told the court he would donate his organs after he died. Leung's counsel, Richard Donald, told Mr Justice Thomas Gall his client was ready to face up to his responsibility for Fan's gruesome death five years ago. He quoted from psychiatric reports that found his formerly anti-social client's personality had improved. Mr Donald said: 'He accepts the crime he took part in was totally horrendous. He is not the man he was; he is a reformed person.' Leung, 29, was initially jailed for life in December 2000 along with co-accused Chan Man-lok, 29, and Leung Wai-lun, 23, after a Court of First Instance jury cleared them of murder but convicted them of manslaughter over the death of Fan, 23, in April 1999. The killing was reported to the police by a teenage witness, who was haunted by nightmares. Last May, the Court of Appeal overturned Leung Shing-cho's conviction and ordered a retrial on a charge of manslaughter after finding trial judge Mr Justice Peter Nguyen had misdirected the jury in his summing up. Senior government counsel Michael Arthur told the court yesterday that the last time Fan was seen alive by her mother and two-year-old son, Leung Shing-cho was escorting her from her home on March 17, 1999, after she had been involved in the theft of a wallet containing $4,000 from Chan. He said Fan was kept a prisoner in Chan's flat in Granville Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, and subjected to brutal attacks daily. Mr Arthur said on one occasion, Leung Shing-cho held Fan's legs while Leung Wai-lun dripped melted plastic onto the soles of her feet. 'One witness observed [Leung Shing-cho] urinate into her mouth and two witnesses observed [him] force her to eat human excrement,' he said. Fan was strung up by her hands for hours and beaten with a water pipe and table leg until her fingers were smashed and bloody and her head covered in bloody 'bubbles'. Mr Arthur said after Fan died, Leung Shing-cho was the first to cut into the corpse, from which various body parts were removed and cooked before being dumped. Ten weeks after her disappearance, police found her skull in a Hello Kitty doll and a plastic bag containing internal organs on a shop canopy.