Award-winning music director Aswad Ayinde, 55, has been sentenced to 90 years in prison after being found guilty of repeatedly raping his six daughters, resulting in them having six kids for him.
Mr. Ayinde was found guilty in a second trial of having intercourse with one of his daughters when she was as young as eight-years-old.
This second sentence, for which he got 50 years, adds to the 40 year sentence Mr Ayinde received in a 2011 trial for sexually assaulting a separate daughter.
Mr. Ayinde is known for directing the music video for the Fugees 1996 smash hit ‘Killing Me Softly.’
In disturbing disclosures during his trials, Mr. Ayinde’s former wife said he was trying to create a ‘pure family bloodline’ by impregnating his daughters.
He even claimed that 'the world was going to end, and it was just going to be him and his offspring and that he was chosen.'
In this latest trial, it was revealed that Mr. Ayinde began having intercourse with his second daughter from the time she was eight-years-old, impregnating her four times.
The sexual assaults happened for almost 30 years until Mr. Ayinde and his wife separated.
They occurred in numerous homes across northern New Jersey, even while the family was under watch of state child welfare officials, according to NBC New York.
Some of the rapes even took place in an abandoned funeral home.
Ayinde’s tortured daughters were home schooled and isolated from other children, so as to keep the family secrets hidden.
The depraved father also beat and starved the girls using wooden boards and steel-toed boots for even ‘minor transgressions'
Mr. Ayinde also fathered 12 additional children with an additional three women, according to court records.
With his wife too afraid to confront him, Mr. Ayinde carried out his evil plan without hindrance even while directing the music video for the Fugees 1996 breakout hit ‘Killing Me Softly, for which he won ‘Best R&B Video' at the 1996 MTV Music Video Awards. The Fugees are also originally from Northern New Jersey.
Mr. Ayinde faces three more trials over the alleged assaults.