A California parole board Wednesday denied convicted mass murderer Charles Manson's bid for freedom at his 12th parole hearing. Manson had skipped the hearing and likely won’t be eligible to reapply again until he’s age 92, The Associated Press reported. Manson’s court appointed Attorney DeJon Ramone Lewis said the 77-year-old had refused to meet with him. Manson has been serving a life sentence for the 1969 murders of pregnant actress Sharon Tate and six others. Guards at Corcoran State Prison in Calif. twice found Manson in possession of a smuggled cell phone over the past few years, The Los Angeles Times reported.