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(PIX11) – An acclaimed music director will spend the rest of his life in prison for raping his daughters.

A New Jersey judge added 50 more years in prison for Aswad Ayinde, also known as Eric or Charles McGill.

He began having sex with one child when she turned eight-years-old.

Ayinde is already serving a 40-year sentence for raping another daughter.

He faces three more trials.

Ayinde won an MTV award for directing the Fugees big hit “Killing Me Softly.’”

He had six daughters and fathered children by them, and personally delivered the babies in their Paterson home.

He said he wanted to create a “pure family bloodline.”

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