The man who once called himself Haiti's "president for life," died of a heart attack on Saturday, The Associated Press reports.
Jean-Claude Duvalier was exiled from Haiti following an uprising against his regime's corruption and abuses of human rights, in 1986. But the "Baby Doc" returned to Haiti in 2011, and he died at his home in Port-au-Prince at the age of 63. The son of Francois "Papa Doc" Duvalier, Jean-Claude Duvalier became the world's youngest president when his father died in 1971 and the then 19 year old took power.
While "Baby Doc's" administration was considered more tolerant than his father's, it was still violent enough to prompt the popular uprising that sent Duvalier to France for 25 years.