Pedro Pablo Nakada Ludeña (born February 28, 1973) a.k.a “El Apóstol de la Muerte” (“The Apostle of Death”) is a Peruvian serial killer convicted of 17 murders and claimed 25. He was sentenced to 35 years in prison. Biography Pedro Pablo Nakada Ludeña was born on February 28, 1973 in Lima, Peru. He was reportedly abused by his family from a young age. His sister’s would have him dress up as woman and his father was an alcoholic who would abuse his mother. He was also raped by his brothers after they thought that he had killed a dog. Ludeña claimed to have tortured animals as a child. Ludeña killed his victims with 9mm pistols that were equipped with rubber silencers that he had made from slippers. He claimed of wishing to cleanse the Earth by eliminating drug addicts, prostitutes. homosexuals, and criminals after being commanded by God to do so. Ludeña was arrested on December 28, 2006 when police went to his workplace and he ran out of bullets after firing at them and retreating. One officer was wounded. He was convicted of 17 murders and confessed to killing 25. He was sentenced to the maximum of 35 years in prison.