Man gets life term in NJ slayings

CAMDEN, N.J. - August 1, 2010

Twenty-nine-year-old Raheem Harrity, who was convicted in June on aggravated manslaughter charges, must serve more than 63 years before becoming eligible for parole under the sentence imposed Friday.

He also received another 30-year term that will run consecutively to his life sentence.

Harrity was convicted in the May 2004 shooting deaths of 32-year-old Alejandro Soto of Edgewater Park and 18-year-old Alejandro Rios Castro of Camden.

Camden County prosecutors say both men were riding in a Jeep in Camden when Harrity pulled up beside them in his car and fired repeatedly into the vehicle.

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