BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A Baltimore man will spend the rest of his life behind bars after orchestrating a nearly year-long murder conspiracy to avenge his cousin’s killing.

Robert Moore was sentenced to six life terms Wednesday plus 100 years in prison, all to be served consecutively.

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Moore launched a violent year-long murder campaign after his cousin was stabbed to death during a home invasion.

During that time, Moore and others hunted down the man responsible for his cousin’s killing and shot him to death.

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They also attempted to kill four others in the 2000-block of East LaFayette Avenue and the 1900-block of N. Collington Avenue.

Moore and seven others were indicted as part of the conspiracy.

All but three of those defendants have been sentenced.

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