Golden State Killer pleads guilty to murders: 'I did all that'
The man known as a golden state killer has pleaded guilty to 13 murders that took place more over a decade. Across the state, including here in the Bay Area, 74 year old Joseph D'Angelo is agreeing to a deal that will save him from the death penalty. DNA evidence from a genealogy service helped officers find the suspect decades after the attacks. D'Angelo will serve 11 consecutive life without the possibility of parole sentences. 15 concurrent life sentences and additional time for weapons enhancements will be imposed by law. He will also have to pay restitution.