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Rochester drug dealer, killer gets life in prison

Rochester, N.Y. - A convicted Rochester drug dealer was convicted Friday of a double homicide - the same day he was sentenced to life in prison.

Kevin Lamont Anderson, aka "Cuda", 40, had been convicted by a jury of selling cocaine, money laundering, and owning a drug house. Anderson was sentenced to life in prison by U.S. District Judge Charles J. Siragusa.

Anderson was also ordered to forfeit $1,000,000 to the U.S. government for proceeds he made from drug trafficking.

Attorneys proved Anderson led a group of drug dealers between 1990 and 2005 which used houses in northeast Rochester to distribute their drugs.

Anderson also paid for a house to be built in Holley, N.Y. between June 2003 and January 2005, which was paid for by Anderson paid using $467,000 obtained in drug trafficking activities.

Anderson was also found guilty of the double homicide in May 2002 of Clifford Robinson and Allen Tyrone Smith in Rochester. Anderson shot both Robinson and Smith in a house at 279 Avenue A as part of the drug trafficking operation.

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