Adam Lee Hall was sentenced to three life sentences without the opportunity for parole for killing three men in Pittsfield in 2011.
The Hells Angel member was found guilty of three murders in Hampden Superior Court Friday morning. Jurors initially were deadlocked Friday, but after further instructions from the judge they came in with a verdict.
Hall was also found guilty of three counts of intimidating a witness, four counts of kidnapping and assault and battery with a deadly weapon. He was given additional prison time for those convictions as well.
Hall, David Chalue and Caius Veiovis allegedly kidnapped three men in Pittsfield in 2011 and then killed them. Hall was the first to be tried.
Prosecutors said one victim was killed so he couldn't testify against Hall in a court case. The others were allegedly killed to eliminate witnesses.
The 36-year-old Peru native was a ranking member of the Hells Angels. He faced more than a dozen charges, including multiple counts of kidnapping and homicide from three different incidents from 2009 through 2011.
The trial was held in Hampden Superior Court in Springfield because of the publicity the case received in Berkshire County.
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