Marcos Camacho, 32, was been sentenced to what almost certainly amounts to a life sentence — 50 to 100 years in prison — for three rapes and one attempted rape in 2011.
A Philadelphia jury convicted Marcos Camacho, 32, of three knife-point rapes and one attempted rape that terrorized a Kensington neighborhood in late 2011.
Jury deliberations have begun in the trial of the alleged Kensington rapist, who is charged with raping three women, and a fourth alleged rape during an eight day period in late 2011.
A judge declared a mistrial on Tuesday after a jury was unable to reach a verdict in a case against alleged Kensington serial rapist Marcos Camacho.
The first of four alleged victims expected to take the witness stand, testifies she was pulled off the street and into a car and raped by the alleged Kensington rapist.
A preliminary hearing was held Thursday for the man charged with rape and other crimes for allegedly sexually assaulting four women at knifepoint in the Kensington area last year.
Police have identified the man as 31-year-old Marcos Camacho.