Brooklyn Man Gets Life Sentence In Two-Borough Stabbing, Carjacking Spree

A man who admitted to killing four people and wounding two others in a 28-hour rampage will be spending the rest of his life behind bars.

Maksim Gelman, 24, was sentenced Wednesday to 200 years in prison during a Brooklyn court appearance.

He'll also have to pay a $5,000 court fee.

Gelman pleaded guilty to murder, assault and attempted murder in the February 2011 crime spree which began in Brooklyn and ended on a Manhattan subway 28 hours later.

He stabbed his stepfather and two others to death, killed a pedestrian, and stole a car before slashing a subway rider in Times Square.


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