A New Jersey man was already given a 160-year prison sentence in October for the killings of three women.
Now, Khalil Wheeler-Weaver is facing charges for the disappearance and death of a 15-year-old girl, in 2016.
Prosecutors stated that Wheeler-Weaver was found guilty of murdering young women that he met online and had sex with in 2016. He is said to have bound, sexually assaulted, and murdered them.
After another woman was almost raped by him but got away, he was connected to the women.
In 2016, someone else went missing, too. Her deceased body was discovered years later, and she was identified as Mawa Doumbia from Newark.
Reports indicate that he met the teen online in order to have sex with her. He drove close to where the girl lived then to the location where he murdered her. He left her body in an abandoned building.
Her cause of death was determined to be strangulation.
Doumbia’s body was finally found last November, a month after Wheeler-Weaver received his 160-year punishment for murdering the other women.
On Thursday, Wheeler-Weaver was charged in the teen’s murder.
He stated that he is innocent and has been set up.