NJ--On Thursday, a jury convicted Christopher Kornberger of murdering and sexually assaulting one woman and assaulting another with an intent to kidnap and rape her.
He was convicted of murder, felony murder, two counts of aggravated sexual assault, assault while armed and unlawful possession of a weapon for the May 10, 2003, stabbing of Krista DiFrancesco. She was attacked outside her home when she returned from a night out with friends.
Kornberger also is guilty of assault, attempted rape, and attempted kidnapping of Elizabeth Loetzner-Jung, whom he allegedly struck with a vehicle so he could disable her in August 2003. He could face life in prison. She was struck while jogging on Aug. 3, 2003.
In his confession, Kornberger said he drove around looking for women because of crazy sexual impulses and voices he heard. He also said, "I never wanted to kill anyone. I really don't understand. I just wanted to have sex."