‘Rockefeller’ faces at least 27 years for murder ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Al Seib/Los Angeles Times/AP Christian Gerhartsreiter (right) reacted after being found guilty Wednesday in the killing of John Sohus in 1985. Walt Mancini/San Gabriel Valley Tribune/AP Gerhartsreiter listened as a verdict was read inside the Los Angeles courtroom. Al Seib/Los Angeles Times/AP Ellen Sohus, sister of the murder victim, smiled during a news conference after the verdict. Johannes Welte/File Christian Karl Gerhartsreiter in Germany at age 17 before he left for the United States. Lydia Marano/AP/File Gerhartsreiter lived in the same house as John Sohus (right) and his wife, Linda, who is also presumed dead. Globe File/2008 Gerhartsreiter was known as Clark Rockefeller when he was charged with kidnapping his daughter off a Boston street in 2008. Dina Rudick/Globe Staff After abducting his 7-year-old daughter, Gerhartsreiter took her to an apartment in Baltimore, where he was arrested. Mike Adaskaveg/AP/File Gerhartsreiter, with his attorney in the Boston kidnapping case, was arraigned in Boston on Sept. 29,2008. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff After his 2008 arrest on kidnapping charges, Gerhartsreiter was interviewed by the Globe at the Nashua Street Jail. CJ Gunther/Reuters Gerhartsreiter was found guilty in his kidnapping trial in Suffolk Superior Court in Boston on June 12, 2009. Ben Mark Holzberg/Lifetime A TV movie about Gerhartsreiter, " Who is Clark Rockefeller?" starring Eric McCormack (left) aired on Lifetime in 2010.