A teenager has been found guilty of murdering two sisters in park in north London.
Danyal Hussein, 19, stabbed to death Bibaa Henry, 46, and Nicole Smallman, 27, in Fryent Coutry Park in Wembley last year.
The sisters had been celebrating Ms Henry’s birthday when they were attacked and dragged into bushes.
Their bodies were found together on June 7 last year.
The jury were told that Hussein was captured on CCTV buying knives before the killings, and returning to his father’s home afterwards.
A DNA link was found at the scene, leading to Hussein’s arrest on July 1 last year, the Old Bailey has heard.
In a “campaign of vengeance” Hussein pledged to kill six women every six months to win the Mega Millions Super Jackpot of £321 million and carry on killing women as long as he was able, jurors heard.
In another sinister note, he offered blood to ‘demon Queen Byleth’ to make a girl at his school fall in love with him.
Hussein has disputed the evidence against him but declined to go into the witness box.
He denied two charges of murder and possession of a knife.
Hussein’s killing spree was halted because he cut himself during the frenzied attack on the sisters, enabling police to track him through DNA.
A jury found Hussein guilty on Tuesday of two counts of murder and possession of a knife with intent after a jury deliberated for around eight hours.
He stood facing the jury and crossed his arms as the verdicts were delivered in front of the victims’ parents.
He was found guilty and would be sentenced.