Here's an in-depth look at the life of convicted DC area sniper Lee Boyd Malvo.
Personal: Birth name: Lee Boyd Malvo
Birth date: February 18, 1985
Birth place: Kingston, Jamaica
Father: Leslie Malvo
Mother: Una James
Other Facts: Currently serving a life sentence for multiple charges stemming from a multi-state shooting spree in 2002 that left ten people dead.
In the Fairfax County, Virginia trial, Malvo uses an insanity defense, alleging that John Allen Muhammad had brainwashed him into committing murder.
Originally claims to be the triggerman in all of the shootings, but later said that John Allen Muhammad was the shooter in all but the last one.
Timeline: 2000 or 2001 - Malvo joins his mother, Una James, in Antigua, where she had met John Allen Muhammad. Soon, though, she leaves for Florida to look for work, and Malvo and Muhammad go to Bellingham, Washington.
2001- Malvo attends high school in both Bellingham, Washington and Fort Myers, Florida, alternating between his mother and Muhammad. John Allen Muhammad tells people Malvo is his son.
Early 2000s - Malvo travels with John Allen Muhammad - stopping in Alabama, Louisiana, and Washington.
October 2002 - Ten people are killed, three injured in sniper-style shootings in the Mid-Atlantic/Washington, D.C. area.
October 24, 2002 - Lee Boyd Malvo and John Allen Muhammad are arrested. They are found sleeping in a 1990 Chevy Caprice at a rest stop in Frederick County, Maryland.
October 25, 2002 - Is charged with six counts of first-degree murder in Montgomery County, Maryland.
October 25, 2002 - Is charged in Alabama with capital murder for the September 21, 2002 killing of liquor store owner Claudine Parker.
October 28, 2002 - Malvo is indicted -- for the same charges as Muhammad - in juvenile court in Spotsylvania and Hanover Counties in Virginia.
October 31, 2002 - Is charged with armed robbery and first degree murder in the death of Hong Im Ballenger in East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana.
November 6, 2002 - Is charged with capital murder in Fairfax County, Virigina.
January 15, 2003 - Fairfax County, Virginia Juvenile Court Judge Charles Maxfield rules that Malvo will be tried as an adult in the October 14 shooting death of FBI analyst Linda Franklin. This decision will make him eligible for the death penalty if he is convicted.
May 6, 2003 - Fairfax County, Virginia Circuit Judge Jane Marum Roush rules that the most damaging parts of an alleged confession by Malvo can be introduced during his trial.
July 2, 2003 - The trial is moved to Chesapeake, Virginia.
September 17, 2003 - Judge Roush rules that Malvo can face the death penalty if convicted.
October 22, 2003 - Malvo is brought into court during John Allen Muhammad's Prince William County, Maryland trial so he can be identified by witnesses from shootings in Alabama and Maryland to which the pair is thought to be connected.
November 10, 2003 - Jury selection begins in Fairfax County, Virginia Circuit Court.