Horace raped a woman in a coma, she got pregnant and delivered the baby in 1995.
He has been in prison since April 9, 1997.
State law from the 90's says Horace only needs to serve 2/3 of his maximum sentence.
He'll be supervised out of the Rochester Metro Office on South Avenue by the Department of Corrections and Community Supervision until 2021.
Horace was first eligible for release in 2004, but the parole board repeatedly denied that request. Records indicate one misbehavior report issued in 2004 for smuggling and a facility correspondence violation.
He was found guilty and received 60 days of special housing confinement.
Since his incarceration, he has successfully completed several programs including intensive sex offender counseling and aggression replacement training.
He also worked in food service and the prison garment shop.
In January, a state supreme court judge ruled Horace will have to register as a level two sex offender.
That means he'll be listed on the New York State Sex Offender Registry.