A New York City man has been convicted of shooting three men to death in a luxury car near Columbia University.
Jurors delivered their verdict Thursday in Roberto Nunez case. He was convicted of murder in the June 2012 shootings near the upper Manhattan campus.
Nunez's lawyer declined to comment.
A passerby found the bodies of Luis Catalan, Amaury Rodriguez and Heriberto Suazo in a parked BMW on West 122nd Street near Claremont Avenue.
The Manhattan district attorney's office says the 32-year-old Nunez shot the men while sitting in the back seat.
Surveillance video captured a man calmly walking away from the car and discarding his shirt. Police said they found Nunez's DNA on the shirt.
Nunez is set for sentencing Nov. 19.