MULTIPLE killer Daniel Gonzalez has been given six life sentences for knifing to death four people and trying to murder two others.
He showed no emotion as Judge Ann Goddard recommended at the Old Bailey yesterday that in his case: "Life should mean life."
A relative of one of his victims in the public gallery clapped and shouted "goodbye" as Gonzalez was led away.
Gonzalez, 25 - who wanted to become a notorious serial killer of at least 10 people - is expected to spend the rest of his life behind bars.
But he will start his sentence at Broadmoor maximum security hospital, where he is considered one of their most dangerous patients.
Gonzalez was convicted by a jury yesterday of murdering two women and two men and knifing two other people in random attacks over three days in September, 2004.
Jurors decided that he was a drug-crazed, cold- blooded murderer and not suffering from mental illness, as he claimed.
His campaign of murder stretched from the south coast to north London.
He "wanted his 15 minutes of fame." He was high on drugs, bored and wanted to kill as many people as possible. He later confessed to killing all his victims, saying: "I am sorry. I just want to get locked up ... in fact I should go into the electric chair."
But at Broadmoor he said: "I think I will be out in eight to 10 years."
Gonzalez feigned mental illness long before the murders.
After his arrest, he again tried to manipulate psychiatrists, saying voices commanded him to kill.
His murder victims were Derek Robinson, 76, and his wife Jean, 68, from Highgate, London; Kevin Molloy, 46, who was killed in Tottenham; and Marie Harding, 73, of Worthing, Sussex.
The people he tried to kill were Peter King, 61, in Portsmouth, and Koumis Constantino, 59, in Hornsey, London.