Prosecutors in Franklin County, Kan., rested their case Monday in the quadruple murder trial of Kyle Flack.
Flack did not testify, and his attorneys did not call any witnesses.
Closing arguments are scheduled for Wednesday morning in Ottawa, according to Franklin County court officials.
Flack, 30, is charged with killing four people, including an Olathe woman, Kaylie Bailey, 21, and her 18-month-old daughter, Lana Bailey, in 2013.
He is charged with a single count of capital murder in their deaths. He is charged with two counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of Andrew Stout, 30, and Steven White, 31.
Prosecutors presented two weeks of testimony from dozens of witnesses and hundreds of exhibits.
If Flack is convicted , there will be a second trial phase for jurors to decide if he should be sentenced to death for capital murder and to life in prison with no chance of parole for 50 years.