The man found guilty in June of sex trafficking, racketeering and other offenses in connection with the so-called cult NXIVM will not be sentenced until 2020, U.S. District Judge Nicholas Garaufis of the Eastern District of New York said in court Friday.

Keith Raniere will appear in court at least one more time before his sentencing as the court works out a potential conflict of interest involving one of his defense lawyers, Teny Geragos of Brafman & Associates.

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