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Developer Menachem Stark was abducted as he left his office during a snowstorm in 2014; his partially burned body was found the next day.
On Monday, Kendel Felix was convicted of kidnapping and murdering Stark because he believed the developer owed him money
Accomplices of Felix are also under investigation.
A 29-year-old man has been convicted in the abduction and killing of a Brooklyn real estate developer.
Prosecutors on Monday said Kendel Felix was convicted of kidnapping and murder in the death of Menachem Stark, a prominent member of an ultra-Orthodox Jewish sect.
Stark was forced into a minivan and abducted as he left his Williamsburg office during a 2014 snowstorm. His partially burned body was found the next day in a Long Island trash bin.
Prosecutors say Felix did construction work for Stark and believed he owned him money. Felix told authorities he intended to only kidnap and rob Stark, but he died during a struggle.
Other accomplices are also under investigation.
The Brooklyn man faces up to 25 years in prison when he's sentenced Oct. 19. Information on his lawyer wasn't immediately available.