You don't get to decide what will be done with his share, and no matter how awful he may have been, he still gets what is in her will--when there is a will, it controls the disposition of the estate and the executor *must* follow the will. You have to send him the money--e.g. send it to a bank account of his. You need to contact him and get his instructions for what to do with the money.
Your mother evidently still thought he should inherit, otherwise she could have changed her will to disinherit him; so him getting the money was her wish.
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