At trial, one said Williams held her against her will and dragged her in a yard. She said the attack happened in the basement of the house and that no one came to her aid.
"I don't know what happened in the basement," Williams told police in a recorded interview played at his trial. "I was probably misidentified."
When the judge asked him if he had any comment before his sentencing, Williams continued to insist his conviction was a mistake.
"I'm innocent," he said. "I didn't do it."
His accusers did not attend the sentencing, although members of their families did, according to Ochs-Tontz. One victim told The Associated Press in August that the women had nothing to gain with their complaint.
"That's ignorance for people to say this is a race thing," she said. "It's not about race; it's about rape. He raped two girls."
The AP typically does not identify victims of sexual assault.
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