A US-based Grammy award winner and the director of the popular Killing Me Softly song is set to spend the rest of his life in jail.
His sentence followed the case of incest and rape he inflicted on his own daughters.
55-year-old Nigerian music producer based in Paterson, New Jersey was sentenced to 50 years in prison. He was found guilty of
repeatedly raping his 6 daughters which resulted in 6 children being fathered by him.
According to court records, he also fathered 12 kids with 3 other women.
Aswad Ayinde in this latest trial was found guilty of raping one of his daughters when she was 8-year-old.
In 2011, he allegedly assaulted another daughter which added 40 years to his sentence making it 90 years.
He claims he was trying to create a pure family bloodline by impregnating his own daughters.
In another disturbing disclosure, Ayinde said the world was going to end and it was just going to be him and his offsprings and that he was chosen.
The s*xual assaults happened for almost 30 years until Mr. Ayinde and his wife separated, officials said.
They occurred in numerous homes across northern New Jersey, even while the family was under watch of state child welfare officials, according to NBC New York. Some of the rapes even took place in an abandoned funeral home.
The family moving as far away as Florida to avoid investigation after case workers removed multiple children from the Ayinde household in 2000, resulting in Mr. Ayinde being arrested for kidnapping for trying to take them from state custody in a medical centre, NBC New York reported.
He pleaded guilty to lesser charges and received a year’s probation – as he continued raping one daughter for at least another two years, according to officials.
Mr. Ayinde is currently facing trials for 3 different cases.