A man faces possible life imprisonment after a court found him guilty in the horrific murders of a woman and two children in Newark in 2016, during which he went on the killing spree because of a Facebook post.

After a 10-day trial, Jeremy Arrington was convicted on 28 counts, including murder, attempted murder, and burglary, for the stabbing death of Aerial Little Whitehurst, 8, and her brother Al-Jahon Whitehurst, 11, according to Acting Essex County Prosecutor Theodore N. Stephens II.

Prosecutors said Arrington fatally shot 23-year-old Syasia McBurroughs, a college student, who had been visiting the family, after breaking into their apartment before tying them up and torturing them in 2016, the New York Post reported.

Twenty-five witnesses took the stand during the trial as investigators work to serve justice to the family of victims. 

On Nov. 5, 2016, the murderer flew into a fit of rage at the Hedden Terrace home after one of the stabbing victims allegedly reposted a police alert on Facebook that named Arrington as a suspect in an earlier shooting and sexual assault case.

The man, with a loaded gun, then entered the Whitehurst residence in the middle of the day and tied up everyone inside, torturing them with kitchen knives, according to WNBC.

"We are forever grateful to the courageous survivors and witnesses who testified as well as the investigative personnel who helped bring this defendant to justice,” Deputy Chief Assistant Prosecutor Justice Edwab said. “Hopefully this verdict will bring some form of justice to all of the families and friends affected by this defendant's horrific actions.”

Meanwhile, the 29-year-old mother of the dead children and 13-year-old twins, a girl, and a boy, survived the rampage because a young girl with autism who was with them managed to flee danger and called police for help using her phone, according to WABC.

Law enforcement said Arrington abandoned the scene of the bloodbath following the attack. Cops would track him down the next day, barricaded in a home on Pomona Avenue, where he was then taken to custody. Arrington will be sentenced next month.

Jeremy Arrington After a 10-day trial, Jeremy Arrington was convicted on 28 counts, including murder, attempted murder, burglary, and criminal restraint, for the stabbing death of 8-year-old Aerial Little Whitehurst and her 11-year-old brother Al-Jahon Whitehurst, according to Acting Essex County Prosecutor Theodore N. Stephens II. Department of Public Safety