A serial rapist who built a secret sex dungeon in his house where he sexually assaulted women has been sentenced to life in jail.
A black man who built a secret real life-themed sex dungeon and went on a raping rampage where he allegedly molested over 50 women, will spend the rest of his life in prison.
34-year-old Duwayne Henry, who called himself 'The Ripper' or the 'Invisible' during his reign of terror, was jailed at Blackfriars Crown Court, East London.
Henry was caught after he attacked a woman in a home-made 'torture chamber', according to Daily Mail.
Prosecutors heard that Henry selected his victims using an online escort agency and lured them to his flat in Hackney, where they were threatened with knives and repeatedly raped them for days.
The police say he targeted at least three prostitutes a month during his 14-month spree, believing their trade meant they were less likely to report his crimes.
In the first known assault which took place in early 2013, Henry repeatedly raped his victim in a brutal three-hour attack before taking a photo of the woman's driving licence.
He told her he would use the details to find her and kill her if she went to the police.
In the second known attack, in April 2013, Henry gagged the victim with duct-tape before and raped her at knife-point.
He then forced her to wash his bedsheets before raping her again on the floor.
Police found a knives, a circular saw and a hedge trimmer laid out on the floor of his bedroom when they searched his home.