Chris Watts, the man that was convicted of killing his pregnant wife and two young daughters in August 2018, is spending his life behind bars. Watts was sentenced to multiple life sentences for the killings.

In a Wisconsin prison, Watts has been spending his time in solitary confinement with only one hour a day allowed for showers and exercise, People reported. His 23-hour lockdown is in an evaluation unit of the prison and provides for staggered time out of his cell, so he will not have any contact with the other prisoners, the Mirror reported.

Watts was transferred to a Wisconsin prison from Frederick, Colorado, where the murders occurred because he feared his life was in danger. He allegedly was receiving death threats from the other inmates that were urging him to kill himself.

Reportedly, Watts is saddened by the turn of events and wishes he would have “handled things differently.” He has spent a lot of time contemplating the murders and wishes he could go back and change things, a source named Kim told People.

“He’s sad that everyone is hurting,” she said. "He wishes he could go back in time. He wishes he had handled things differently.”

Watts spends time reading the Bible, one of the only items he is allowed to have in his cell. He reads to the pictures of his family that he has posted on his cell walls as well as a favorite storybook of one of his daughters.

During his time in prison, Watts has reportedly received several letters and photos from many admiring women. There is no word if Watts has received the letters while in prison.

While Watts continues to spend his time behind bars, he is considering an appeal of his sentence and has already begun talking to lawyers. He is currently not eligible for parole.

Watts killed his pregnant wife Shanann as they argued about getting a divorce. He then turned on his two young children and disposed of their bodies in an oil tank. Shanann’s body was buried in a shallow grave at Watt’s work.