A Manhattan man will be sentenced next month after being convicted of murder.

James Rackover fatally stabbed 26-year-old Joey Comunale and hid his body two years ago. The two met at a Chelsea nightclub in November 2016 and ended up at Rackover's apartment.

Investigators say Comunale got into a fight with a group of men at the apartment.

Prosecutors say Rackover stabbed Comunale at least a dozen times.

They say Rackover and an alleged accomplice, Lawrence Dilione, dumped Comunale's body into a shallow grave in New Jersey and set it on fire.

Rackover was also found guilty of concealment of a human corpse.

Dillone will also face trial for the killing.