A jury today in Los Angeles convicted a 22-year-old man in the 2012 murders of two Chinese students from the University of Southern California, reports ABC7/KABC.
Javier Bolden now faces life in prison without the possibility of parole for gunning down Ming Qu (pictured below) and Ying Wu (pictured left) in a robbery while the victims sat in their cars a mile from USC.
The jury also convicted Bolden of attempted murder of a man who was shot in the head and suffered permanent brain damage and a woman injured by a stray bullet.
Bolden’s accomplice Bryan Barnes pleaded guilty of two counts of first degree murder in February and received two life sentences without the possiblity of parole.
You can watch how Bolden’s mother reacted to her son’s conviction in the clip below from ABC7/KABC.