Luis Bracamontes has been sentenced to death by a Sacramento County judge after jurors recommended the death penalty for the man who repeatedly entered the United States illegally before killing two Northern California deputies.

Bracamontes was found guilty of murder in the shootings of Sacramento County sheriff's Deputy Danny Oliver and Placer County sheriff's Detective Michael Davis Jr. in 2014. He also was convicted of attempted murder, carjacking, weapons violations and other crimes.

He had been removed from the courtroom repeatedly for profane outbursts. When his guilty verdict was read, Bracamontes said he would "kill more cops soon."