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December 31, 2013

Elias Acevedo knows where he will spend the rest of his life: In prison. The man who lived on the same block as Ariel Castro, the Cleveland man who held three women captive for years, was sentenced for a series of crimes including murder and raping his own daughters.

Acevedo admitted killing Pamela Pemberton and Christina Adkins after the prosecutor agreed not to seek the death penalty.

Three of Acevedo's daughters, now grown, gave gut-wrenching statements about how the years of rape and abuse had damaged them.

"You have changed my life forever," one daughter said. "You robbed me of my childhood...I have lived in fear but I will no longer."


Elias Acevedo Sr. to serve life in prison for two murders and rapes of four family members

By Rachel Dissell, The Plain Dealer 

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Convicted sex offender Elias Acevedo Sr. will serve life in prison as part of a plea agreement in which he admitted today to killing two Cleveland women and devastating the lives of many others.

In addition to the murders, the 49-year-old admitted to raping his sister-in-law in 1993 and sexually assaulting his three daughters repeatedly for years.

Assistant Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Blaise Thomas said Acevedo will never be paroled from prison and his total sentence agreed to is 445 years for all the crimes, which left a "wake of emotional wreckage" for his victims and could have easily been deserving of a death penalty.

Three of Acevedo's daughters, now grown, gave gut-wrenching statements about how the years of rape and abuse had damaged them.

"You have changed my life forever," one daughter said. "You robbed me of my childhood...I have lived in fear but I will no longer."

The Plain Dealer normally does not identify victims of rape; however, Acevedo's victims in the case consented to revealing their relationship to their attacker. They said they are getting help and healing.

The women's aunt spoke about how Acevedo raped her 20 years ago when she was 18 years old, and 5 ½ months pregnant with his brother's child.

She reported the rape but didn't go forward with charges because she was afraid.

"I am grateful I can stand here today as one of his survivors," she said. "Back then I was the coward, but I'm not a coward anymore."

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