A gun dealer who drugged women before cutting away and storing the victims' genitalia in jars faces 25 years in jail for his crimes.
Peter Frederiksen, from Denmark, was convicted of 36 charges including rape, conspiracy to commit murder, perverting the course of justice and illegal possession of weapons at his trial in South Africa.
The defendant made headlines around the world in September 2015 when police raided his home and found women's body parts stored in his garage along with a sick diary in which he logged the procedures he had carried out.
According to his wife and another victim, he had forced his victims to drink drug-laced alcohol which rendered them helpless during the 'surgery' at his filthy home.
Gun dealer Peter Frederiksen (pictured in court in 2015) who drugged women before cutting away and storing the victims' genitalia in jars faces 25 years in jail for his crimes
Officers raided the house many months after his wife repeatedly made complaints about abuse, which went unanswered.
It was only when Frederiksen himself reported his wife to social services, that detectives descended on his scruffy, modest home in Bloemfontein and made their grisly discovery, which included 21 bags of female genitalia in a padlocked freezer in the garage and two more recent samples drying on hooks nearby.
Diaries in the Dane's handwriting which had neatly logged the names of victims, their body parts and dates of 'procedures', were seized along with anaesthetic drugs and surgical instruments.
His wife, Anna Matseliso Molise, who had also had part of her genitals removed, was to be the state's chief witness against Frederiksen, until she was gunned down with four bullets following his arrest.
The court accepted the prosecution's case that Frederiksen had organised the 'hit' on his wife while in custody, paying a cell mate to arrange her execution.