A Connecticut jury found landlord Geoffrey Ferguson guilty Friday of killing five young men in a rent dispute and burning down his house to cover up the crimes.

Ferguson will be sentenced by Norwalk Superior Court Judge Martin Nigro on June 11.Ferguson, 47, of Powells Point, N.C., faces life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Ferguson, a ponytailed, self-employed handyman, was charged with fatally shooting three of his tenants and two of their friends at a house in Redding, Conn., on April 18, 1995.

The men, all aged 21 to 25, were each shot at least twice in the back of the head.