BOSTON, Nov. 14 (UPI) -- A serial sex slayer's drawing of Jesus could reap a handsome reward for the Massachusetts convict when it is auctioned online.
Bidding for Alfred Gaynor's original, "A Righteous Man's Reward," will start at $15 at www.fortunesociety.org, an advocacy group for prisoners.
Massachusetts law does not prohibit convicted killers from profiting from their notoriety, the Boston Herald reported.
Gaynor's drawing is one of 287 inmate entries the Fortune Society will cull to 130 for a show in New York City next month, "Insider Art: The New Outsider Art."
The sale has raised the ire of Hampden District Attorney William Bennett. "Will they be showing pictures of the women he murdered at the same time?" Bennett asked on behalf of Gaynor's victims.
Gaynor is serving four life sentences at the Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center in Shirley.
Collectors who attend the show or view the artwork online will not be told of the crimes behind the creations.