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Allen pleaded guilty to two charges - sexual intercourse with a child under 10 and kidnapping.
He was sentenced in the District Court on February 11, 2009.
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Gruesome anniversary: Ivan Milat, now 69 years old, marks 20 years on Thursday since police surrounded his western Sydney home and arrested the road worker, searching his house and later charging him with the murders of seven young backpackers.
In custody since his arrest, Milat will die in jail'We have a serial killer': The moment Superintendent Clive Small (above) announced that the bodies found in the Belanglo State Forest between 19 were the work of a serial killer.
The attention of detectives soon turned to Ivan Milat (above) who had been arrested for the kidnap and rape of young young women hitchhikers and and have a large collections of knives and firearms Mr Small said lengths of sash cord found in a pillow case belonging to Ivan Milat's mother, Margaret, were likely the same sash cord used as a 'leash device' in the murder of German former soldier, Gabor Neugebauer, 21, who was gagged and shot six times and his 20-year-old girlfriend, Anja Habschied, who was decapitated and her spinal cord severed.
Wall cavity: Police negotiator Wayne Gordon said as he spoke with Ivan Milat in the minutes before his arrest the serial killer was hiding his victims' belongings or weapons such as this Ruger rifle bolt assembly, trigger mechanism and magazine, pictured, and the plastic bag they were found in inside a wall cavity of the murderer's Eagle Vale house in south-western Sydney Mobile death kit: After police arrested Ivan Milat on May 22, 1994, they searched his house and his car, in which they found this large knife and leather scabbard which he carried with him on trips down the highway where he trawled for hitchhikers to become his next victims Tragic pair: Caroline Clarke (left) of Northumberland, UK and Joanne Walters (right) of South Maestag, Wales, met in April 1992 as young tourists at a backpackers' hostel from where they left to hitchhike around the country, getting only as far as the highway out of Liverpool in south-western Sydney where they were picked up by Ivan Milat and murdered in the Belanglo forest Aladdin's cave: Clive Small outside the former home of serial killer Ivan Milat 20 years after he watched officers in the task force he led arrest the serial killer as a result of his seven month investigation into the discovery of seven bodies in the Belanglo forest south of Sydney which became known as the backpacker killings.