THE murderers of taxi driver Mohammad Parvaiz will be sentenced this month.
Four teenagers will face life or indeterminate sentences after one admitted the murder and the other three were convicted by a jury after a two-month trial at Leeds Crown Court.
Two others will be sentenced for violent disorder over the attack on the 41-year-old Birkby father-of-three which led to his brutal death.
They will all be sentenced on Tuesday, February 20, either at the Leeds court or Bradford Crown Court.
A decision on the venue will be made next week.
Graeme Paul Slavin, 18, of Howard Road, Lindley, homeless Christopher Murphy, 18, and Steven Gary Utley, 17, of Elmfield Avenue, Golcar, were found guilty of murder and violent disorder.
Michael David Hand, 19, of Spark Street, Longwood, had admitted murder and violent disorder earlier in the trial.
Michael Stuart Beeby, 16, of Sigott Street, Longwood, was found guilty of violent disorder.
Jason Harris, 17, of Royles Head Lane, Longwood, had admitted violent disorder.
Judge Dame Heather Steel told the four convicted of murder they faced long sentences.
Murphy and Hand will be jailed for life and Utley and Slavin will be detained at Her Majesty's Pleasure.