Kevin Ryan Rojas, now 21 years old, was been convicted of attempted murder on a law enforcement officer and attempted manslaughter back in October.
The detective testified he pulled Rojas over on Collins Road for driving erratically on March 9, 2016.
The young gunman was shot in the torso leg and hand as cops swarmed the property to apprehend him. The officer was sporting a ballistic vest that said "police" on it at the time, WLTV reports.
The officer, whose identity has not been released due to the nature of his job, was with his young son at the time. That's when Rojas opened fire through the windshield of the officers' auto, striking him three times, including in the face, according to the newspaper.
A Florida police officer who was shot three times during a traffic stop in 2016 taunted his attempted killer with a bottle of personal lubricant during the sentencing Wednesday.
The officer returned fire, and Rojas fled.
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"When I brought the fight back, you ran like a coward", the officer said, Action News Jax reports.
The officer also said in court that Rojas had been spineless during their encounter, ambushing the officer when he was with his child.
When questioned by a judge in a 30-minute hearing about the stunt, the officer refused to comment, the Times-Union reported.
Kevin Rojas, 21, was sentenced to life in prison for nearly killing the undercover detective, whose name has not been identified, and his teen son.
"Obviously that day changed my life, and it will never be the same", the officer, who hasn't been named to protect his undercover work, said in court, News4Jax reports.
Rojas barricaded himself inside his home but was shot numerous times when cops saw him poke the gun through sliding doors.