YONKERS, N.Y. -- A Yonkers man will serve life in prison after being convicted on six counts of second-degree murder in a 2010 home invasion at 77 Locust Hill Avenue, according to the Westchester County District Attorney's office.
Ronnell Jones, 25, was the third person to be convicted in the home invasion and murders after two Brooklyn men previously pleaded guilty, according to the release.
Jones was not arrested until last year after fleeing to Chicago. According to previous reports, Jones eluded capture by dressing as a woman.
Jones and his accomplices, Daniel Sanchez and Brian Roach shot and killed two reputed gang members in the Locust Hill invasion, but also shot four other people, including a five-year-old child. They also intended to rob the home of money they believed to be there.
Jones was convicted on six counts of second-degree murder and four counts of second-degree attempted murder, according to the release.
He faces 150 years to life in prison and will be sentenced on July 29.
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