PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI)-- A convicted Providence murderer was found guilty in a second killing on Friday.
Victor Arciliares was found guilty of murdering Alfredo "Pauly" Barros in Pawtucket in October 2010.
Arciliares and Barros got into an argument in at the Shell Station on Thurber's Avenue. Arciliares then followed Barros and his friends back to Pawtucket, where Arciliares shot and killed Barros while stopped at a red light.
Arciliares is already serving a life sentence, plus 45 years for killing his girlfriend and mother of his child , Dayvellis Cotto in 2009.
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