The man known as the Golden State Killer was sentenced to life in prison on Friday in a California courtroom.
According to CNN, Jospeh DeAngelo carried out 13 murders and dozens of rapes in the 1970s and '80s.
At the time of his crimes, he was a police officer.
DeAngelo's ex-wife broke her silence in a statement submitted to the court, but not expected to be read aloud.
Sacramento attorney Sharon Huddle married DeAngelo in 1973.
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