Warning: Graphic content and themes of sexual violence.
Stewart Murray Wilson has been jailed again for a series of historic rape.
The serial sex offender, who was cruelly dubbed the "Beast of Blenheim", was found guilty by a jury last month of a historic rape of a woman and a 9-year-old girl, while also found guilty of trying to rape a third person. woman.
He was found not guilty of raping a fourth woman, the mother of the young girl.
Wilson's name, previously offended, and nickname was suppressed until the verdict was reached for 71 years after a week-long trial at the High Court in Auckland.
Today, he was sentenced to two months and four months in prison by Justice Graham Lang.
Wilson is known for drugging, attacking and raping women for a period of 23 years before he was caught
He was sentenced in 1996 to 21 years in prison for sex offenses and violence against women and girls, and accusations of ignorance and animalism.
Today, Wilson's advisor Andrew McKenzie believes there will be no further appointment of Wilson's ruling which caused further violations to be known in 1996.
He said there were no further prison sentences to be imposed on his clients, who have now been in the form of detention for a quarter of a century.
Judge Lang said it would be "difficult to measure" what sentence Wilson would accept if the new allegations were put in 1996.
However, he considers the increase in prison sentences of two years and eight months "will not be damaged by the overall gravity that is offensive".
He said that even if he had reached a sentence of two years or less for a new victim, he would not sentence a house to prison.
Wilson's refusal also occurred before when the court could impose a minimum prison sentence.
"A sentence of two years and four months is not a barrier for you or others but is only forced because of the 1996 sentence," Justice Lang said.
In 2012, Wilson was subjected to an expanded control order and was released with the most stringent conditions ever imposed on New Zealanders, including being released to a two-room house that had been moved to the Whanganui Prison base.
Police investigated Wilson in 2016 and accused him of raping three more women and a girl in the 1970s and early 1980s in Wellington, Hamilton and Auckland.
He initially faced 16 charges, which were later amended in court and saw Wilson run out on one charge, while one of the rape allegations was changed to an attempted rape.
The jury negotiated with six counts of rape, three indecent attacks, three counts of indecency with a girl under 12 years, two counts of threatening to kill, one charge of attempted rape, and one charge of theft.
They retaliated with a guilty verdict on 11 charges, a unanimous verdict, the verdict of the majority not guilty of two charges, and hung on two other charges.
Wilson was found not guilty of two counts of rape and one charge for indecent attacks. The jury was unable to reach a verdict on charges of indecent attack and one charge threatened to kill.
He never admitted one of his sexual abuse.