The process of determining if he has a "mental abnormality," which would justify confinement or intensive supervision in the community, could take months. He'll be held until then. He completed the maximum 12-year sentence Tuesday.
Williams, who now goes by the name Shyteek Johnson, infected the women in western New York in the late 1990s. One of them has full-blown AIDS. He says he doesn't remember being told by health officials he was HIV positive.