A 22-year-old man described as a serial rapist and predator, was sentenced to two consecutive life terms in prison Thursday, after he pleaded guilty to posing as a popular rapper, luring women to Kentuck Park and sexually assaulting them..

Officials say that Aaron Lavontra Hall used a fake Facebook account to impersonate Atlanta rapper Issa Thompson. Under the guise of Thompson, Hall persuaded at least two women to meet him at Kentuck Park, where police say he raped and sodomized them. Hall was arrested in July 2015 and charged him with seven felonies.

Hall spent 16 months in the Tuscaloosa County Jail, but was released on bond last November. Once he was out on bond, he was arrested again in Gordo this past February and charged with another sexual assault crime. His bond was subsequently revoked and he has been in jail since.

Hall pleaded guilty to one charge of first-degree rape and one charge of first-degree sodomy Thursday  The other five charges were dismissed as part of the plea deal.

Hall will serve two concurrent life sentences in prison for the crimes at Kentuck Park, and he is expected to receive a third life sentence when he pleads guilty to the February attack in Gordo.

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