CINCINNATI — A serial killer who claims to have murdered 90 women pleaded guilty to two Cincinnati slayings on Friday.
Samuel Little appeared via Skype from California state prison, where he's serving multiple life sentences. He is expected to plead guilty to two murders in Cleveland later in the day.
Hamilton County Judge Melba Marsh sentenced Little to 15 years to life for each murder. Those are to run consecutively.
Little was charged with the 1981 murder of 32-year-old Anna Stewart, last seen alive in Cincinnati. Her body was dumped in Grove City, near Columbus.
He's also charged with a second Cincinnati murder. That woman remains unidentified.
A Texas prosecutor says investigators have linked Little to more than 60 killings in at least 14 states.
Little claims at least 90 slayings across the country.