Ahmad Khan Rahimi, who was convicted in the 2016 bombing in Chelsea that injured 30 people, will be sentenced Tuesday.
Rahimi was found guilty of planting two bombs in Chelsea, one on West 23rd Street and the other on West 27th Street, on Sept. 17, 2016. The first exploded, injuring 30 people, but the second did not go off. He also planted a bomb in Seaside Park, New Jersey, according to the evidence at his trial.
Rahimi, a 30-year-old Afghan-American from Elizabeth, New Jersey, faces a mandatory life sentence.