It took three days of deliberations, but a jury has convicted an Irondequoit man of rape. Jurors found Michael Chess guilty of five counts of rape.
Prosecutors said Chess made arrangements to meet the women through a website, then lured them to remote areas, where he raped and robbed them.
Chess faced similar charges in late 2011 for allegedly raping and robbing three other women. During that trial, Chess represented himself in the case.
He was also convicted of menacing and robbery.
Chess faces 50 years in state prison when he is sentenced Nov. 27.