Canadian farmer found guilty of murder in serial killings
A 58-year-old Canadian man was convicted Sunday in the killing of six women.
Robert Pickton, a pig farmer in British Columbia, still faces the possibility of being convicted for the murders of 20 other women, according to the Associated Press.
According to the Associated Press, the conviction carries an automatic life sentence.
According to Reuters, it could be easier for Pickton to be granted parole, because he was only charged for second-degree murder because the jury felt the killings were not planned.
Pickton is scheduled to be sentenced on Tuesday.