Bevan Spencer von Einem (pictured) was jailed for life in 1984 for the murder of 15-year-old Richard Kelvin
An accomplice of notorious rape and murder ring 'The Family' has revealed how the group drugged and raped teenage hitchhikers.
Prominent Sydney gay identity Lewis Turtur admitted he let his acquaintance Bevan Spencer von Einem bring drugged boys to his home in the early 1970s.
Von Einem was jailed for life in 1984 for the murder of Richard Kelvin, 15, who was held captive, drugged, tortured, and repeatedly raped for five weeks until he died.
The now-73-year-old monster is suspected of killing four other teenagers and The Family of torturing and killing up to 150 in the mid-1970s to early 1980s.
He, to this day, denies all the murders and blames Richard for his own death. He was charged with killing to others but the cases collapsed.
Mr Turtur said he knew von Einem well before the murders began and all the boys left his home alive the morning after they were drugged.
Lewis Turtur (pictured) admitted he let his acquaintance Bevan Spencer von Einem bring drugged boys to his home in the early 1970s
But during the night they were raped by von Einem and other men who 'took turns' with them. Mr Turtur has admitted to having sex with two of them.
'How did they give consent? I don't know. Honestly, I don't know,' he told upcoming Foxtel podcast Frozen Lies.
'All I know, they came… he dropped them off at our place, he went home, we let them sleep it off, they left in the morning.'
The program got suppression orders on five men linked to The Family lifted, including Mr Turtur's housemates, drag queens Prudence Firman and Noel Terrance Brooks.
Mr Turtur, the brother of Olympic cycling gold medallist Mike Turtur, said von Einem would pick up the boys as they hitchhiked, then bring them to his home.
There they would be given a spiked drink and taken inside Mr Turtur's home where the abuse would begin.
17-year-old Alan Barnes' (pictured) mutilated corpse was found dumped a week after his disappearance on the banks of a reservoir north of Adelaide
'I was a stupid fool, wasn't I,' he admitted.
Mr Turtur said he was in the car several times when von Einem picked up hitchhiking boys but couldn't remember much of how it was done.
'Half the time I was drugged out anyway so I don't really care. I was in my own little world,' he said.
Mr Turtur said he didn't know of von Einem's alleged murders until much later, and told police his suspicions during the investigations.
Frozen Lies managed to interview von Einem for the first time in decades but he still refused to confess even as his health deteriorated from type 2 diabetes.
25-year-old Neil Muir, (pictured) whose mutilated body was