BUFFALO, NY (WKBW) -- Nushawn Williams, the man imprisoned for for allegedly infecting over a dozen women with HIV, will remain behind bars.
A State Supreme Court Judge ruled that Williams remains a danger to society, and is not fit to return to society.
A sex offender law passed in 2007 allows for the evaluation of convicted sex offenders prior to their release. Under this law, Justice John Michalski found probable cause to keep Williams from being released.
Williams pleaded guilty to multiple charges back in the 90's, and completed his sentence on April 13th. He was given a choice at Thursday's hearing to remain in prison or be sent to a state mental facility. Williams chose to stay behind bars.
Williams will appear in court again in October.