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MADISON COUNTY, Ill. – A man accused of a triple murder has been convicted.

Kevin Reid, 57, was charged with killing 19-year-old Anquiaette "Tweety" Parker, her unborn child, and her 4-year-old cousin, Cermen "C.J." Toney Jr. Their bodies were found in an underground cistern on property once owned by Reid, who was charged March 28, 2008. Prosecutors accused him of the murders after an unsuccessful drug deal.

Reid was found guilty Thursday afternoon on two counts of murder, and one count of intentional homicide of an unborn child. He will remain at the Madison County Jail until he is sentenced in sex to eight weeks.

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