ATLANTA, Ga. -- Convicted rapist Jeremy Moody has been sentenced to death by a Fulton County jury.
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According to a release from the Fulton County District Attorney's office, Moody pleaded guilty to multiple counts of Murder, Felony Murder, Aggravated Assault, Kidnapping and Rape for the 2007 stabbing deaths of 15-year-old Delarlonva Mattox and his 13-year-old cousin Chrisondra Kimble.
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Like many kids in their College Park neighborhood, the teens took a dirt path through the woods to get to a grocery store to buy snacks on Apr. 5, 2007. The next day, relatives discovered their naked bodies. They had both been stabbed multiple times with a screwdriver; Kimble had also been raped.
Moody was arrested at a Greyhound bus station a day after the bodies were found.
After the sentencing Moody was transported to the Georgia Diagnostic and Classification Prison in Jackson where he will eventually be executed.