PHILADELPHIA, PA.-NOVEMBER 30, 2005 (AP) — A handyman whose basement pot farm resulted in a smoky fire that killed two firefighters was sentenced Tuesday to 15 months to four years in prison. Daniel Brough, 37, could have been sent to prison for more than a decade, but Judge David N. Savitt said he would not issue a sentence out of “vindictiveness.” Brough was convicted Nov. 21 of two counts of involuntary manslaughter, as well as drug charges. Prosecutors said the 2004 blaze was caused by a hot light inside a closet at Brough’s home. The defense argued that the fire started elsewhere. Firefighters John Taylor, 53, and Rey Rubio, 42, died in the blaze. According to officials, Rubio became disoriented in Brough’s smoky basement and got tangled in debris. Taylor tried to rescue him and died at his side. Brough told the court that the fire and deaths were “a nightmare.” “I am truly sorry,” he said.