MORGANTOWN — Skylar Neese’s parents accepted an offer from the teen’s two killers, ending the civil case.

The agreement calls for $5 million to the Neese, family, but it’s a figure Skylar’s father Dave Neese knows they are unlikely to see.

“Skylar we’ll never forget,” Dave Neese said. “Now I can put those two in the back of my mind and forget about them.”

Dave Neese said they understand the figure is just a number on a piece of paper and the case was never about money. It is to prevent the two killers from making any money related to the death — such as from from books or television appearances — if they are released.

In 2014, Dave and Mary Neese filed a civil suit against Shelia Eddy and Rachel Shoaf and their mothers related to the 2012 murder of Skylar. The mothers were eventually dismissed from the case, leaving only the confessed killers. The civil trial was set for trial this week.

In July 2012, Skylar left her Star City apartment and got into a car with Shoaf and Eddy, two teenaged classmates Skylar believed were her friends. They stopped in a wooded area along Morris Run Road. There, Shoaf and Eddy attacked and stabbed Skylar to death.

The killers left Skylar’s body along the road, and it wasn’t until Shoaf confessed six-months later that investigators found Skylar’s remains. Shoaf pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and was sentenced to 30 years in prison. Eddy pleaded guilty to first-degree murder and was sentenced to life in prison with mercy, making her eligible for parole after 15 years.