A Nevada jury decided on the death penalty for 29-year-old Ammar Asim Faruq Harris, the Associated Press reports. Harris was found guilty last month in a fatal shooting and fiery car crash that left three people dead on the Las Vegas strip in 2013.

Harris, a “self-styled pimp,” has been absent for the penalty phase of his trial, the AP reported earlier this week. He was found guilty on October 26th on three counts of murder:

The jury learned that he argued with a man at a hip-hop concert at the Aria resort, and viewed taxi dashboard video showing shots fired from a black Range Rover with Harris at the wheel into a Maserati on neon-lit Las Vegas Boulevard.

Although police found no gun in the wrecked Maserati, and no bullet holes were found in the Range Rover, Harris’ lawyers maintained the shooting was self-defense.

Aspiring rapper Kenneth Wayne Cherry Jr. died in the Maserati. A passenger, Freddy Walters, was wounded. The sports car then crashed into a taxi that erupted in flames, killing cab driver Michael Boldon and passenger Sandra Sutton-Wasmund of Maple Valley, Washington.

“What happened that night is not an aberration,” Prosecutor David Stanton said. “It is consistent with who Ammar Harris is as an adult.”

Harris was convicted in 2013 of raping and robbing an 18-year-old woman, the AP reports. That case is being appealed to the Nevada Supreme Court.

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