The fugitive heir to the Max Factor cosmetics fortune has been sentenced to 124 years in prison for drugging and raping three women.
Andrew Luster, who vanished on January 3 during a recess in his trial, was also ordered to pay €930,000 in restitution.
The 39-year-old was convicted in absentia last month on 86 counts including rape, sodomy, drug and weapons possession, and poisoning.
Prosecutors in Ventura, California, said Luster, the great-grandson of cosmetics tycoon Max Factor, took three women to his beachside home and raped them after giving them the date-rape drug GHB.
He was arrested in July 2000 after a student told police he had drugged and assaulted her.
A search of his home turned up video-tapes of Luster having sex with women who appeared to be either asleep or unconscious.
The defence had argued in court that the women consented to sex.