GOLDEN, Colo. (CBS4) – A man who went on a crime spree on Lookout Mountain last year learned he will spend most of the rest of his life behind bars.

Christopher Sullivan, 37, was accused of stealing several vehicles and breaking into homes. Copter4 was overhead when at one point Sullivan crashed an SUV through a garage door while stealing it from a home.

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Christopher David Sullivan (credit: Jeffco Sheriff)

Christopher David Sullivan (credit: Jeffco Sheriff)

Sullivan was later seen running onto Interstate 70 armed with a rifle. His crime spree finally ended when a deputy pinned him down on the highway.

On Monday Sullivan was sentenced to 80 years in the Department of Corrections after pleading guilty last month to numerous felony charges. Forty-six of the counts were for the Lookout Mountain crime spree last July.

Armed with an AR-15, Sullivan threatened several people during the multiple carjackings, burglaries and assaults. With him was a then 17-year-old girl who Sullivan picked up in New Mexico for sex. He later pleaded guilty to human trafficking.

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An image of Christopher Sullivan's arrest from Copter4 (credit: CBS)

An image of Christopher Sullivan’s arrest from Copter4 (credit: CBS)

Prosecutors called Sullivan a selfish man with a master criminal mind. Many of his family members were in the courtroom Monday, including his mother who spoke to the court, calling her son a genuinely nice person who suffers from addiction.

Victims of the crime spree were not in the courtroom, but the District Attorney Peter Weir said justice was served.

“It was a series of incidents over an extended period of time that … potentially endangered many, many members of our community,” Weir said. “But for the actions of the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office there’s no telling how this would have ended up.”

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The soonest Sullivan may be eligible for parole is in 30 years, depending on his behavior in prison and other factors.