A rapper-actor who appeared in the 2018 film "SuperFly'' was convicted Monday of raping multiple teens and young women in attacks dating back to 2013,

but jurors acquitted him of charges involving three other alleged victims.

Kaalan Walker, 27, was convicted of charges relating to three teenage girls and four women.

He had originally been facing more than a dozen counts involving 10 alleged victims.

In her opening statement in March, Deputy District Attorney Yasmin Fardghassemi told the Van Nuys jury the case involved women

who didn't know each other, and the "single thing that unites all of these woman is the defendant Kaalan Walker.''

She detailed allegations made by 10 of the teens and young women, along with "strikingly similar''

allegations made by a teenager and two other women for whom no charges were filed.

"You're going to see a dark side of him ..." the prosecutor told jurors, saying Walker primarily used Instagram and Twitter

to lure his alleged victims to locations he chose by booking them for fake photo or music video shoots

Kaalan Walker Convicted