Aswad Ayinde, an MTV award-winning music director, was found guilty of sexually assaulting and impregnating his own daughters, a henious crime which landed him a 90-year jail term.
The New Jersey court found the 55-year-old, who directed The Fugees' song "Killing Me Softly" in 1996, guilty of raping five of his seven daughters to create "pure" family bloodlines to survive doomsday.
Ayinde sexually assaulted his daughters during the mid-1980s to 2002 and fathered six children with them, New Jersey prosecutor said. Ayinde delivered the babies himself and also buried two who were stillborn.
He reportedly raped his daughters in an abandoned funeral home before separating from his wife.
The court documents said that Ayinde, who is a self-proclaimed prophet, had nine children with his former wife and another three with two other women.
"He said the world was going to end, and it was just going to be him and his offspring and that he was chosen," Beverly Ayinde said at a pre-trial hearing in 2010, according to New York Daily News.
"I was afraid to ever accuse him of being demented or being a paedophile. I knew the word, but I wouldn't dare use it because it would result in a beating."
Ayinde has been sentenced to 50 years in prison, in addition to a 40-year prison term which he received in November 2011 for raping his daughters.
During the latest trial prosecutor revealed that Ayinde, also known as Charles McGill, had sexual intercourse with his second daughter since she was eight years old.
"I can't describe how much you hurt me and my sisters," the 35-year-old daughter said to Ayinde on Friday. "You should've told the truth instead of lying. But obviously, with your head down like that, you do not understand."