Danny Masterson, the former actor best known for his role on the sitcom "That '70s Show," was sentenced to 30 years to life in prison on Thursday for raping two women.

Masterson was charged with three counts of rape by force or fear in 2020. He was found guilty of all three counts in a Los Angeles jury trial in June.

Masterson's defense team argued that the women were lying and that the alleged rapes never happened. They also said that Masterson had consensual relationships with the women.

The jury found Masterson guilty after deliberating for six days. He was sentenced to 30 years to life in prison on Thursday.

The victims' families and supporters welcomed the verdict, saying that it was a victory for justice. Masterson's family and friends said that they were disappointed in the verdict and that they would appeal.

The Masterson case is one of the highest-profile cases of sexual assault to go to trial in recent years. It has brought renewed attention to the issue of sexual assault and the power dynamics that can allow perpetrators to get away with their crimes.

The Masterson case is a reminder that sexual assault is a serious crime and that victims deserve to be heard and believed. It is also a reminder that the justice system can sometimes fail victims, but that there is still hope for justice.