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More prison time to be added to Goudeau's 9 death sentences

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PHOENIX (AP) -

A Phoenix man who already has been sentenced to nine death sentences and 438 years in prison is expected to get even more years in prison for other crimes.

Mark Goudeau will be sentenced on Monday for convictions on 58 charges related to the 2005-2006 crime spree where he killed nine people. All but one were women who he sexually assaulted.

The 47-year-old was convicted last month of the nine murders and a jury sentenced him to death. A judge will sentence him for the other convictions.

The 438-year sentence was imposed in December 2007 for a related attack in which he raped a woman while pointing a pistol at her pregnant sister's belly.

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