CHARLOTTE N.C. -- A jury found Justin Hurd guilty of all counts against him in the 2008 triple murder case.
Hurd faces a possible death sentence in the 2008 deaths of Kevin Young, Kinshasa Wagstaff and Jasmine Hines.
Young was found handcuffed and shot, while Wagstaff had her throat slashed; both were found in a home that was set on fire after the murders. Hours later, the body of Wagstaff's niece, Hines, was found with a gunshot wound to the back of the head in a car in Huntersville.
Hurd was found guilty of murder, kidnapping and arson.
The sentencing hearing is scheduled for Wednesday at 9:30.
Hurd showed no emotion@wcnc— RadBerky (@RBerkywcnc) March 3, 2014
NBC Charlotte's Rad Berky is in the court room live-tweeting updates from the triple murder trial of Justin Hurd: