Chelsea bomber Ahmad Rahimi was sentenced Tuesday to multiple terms of life in prison for setting off a shrapnel-packed explosive that injured 30 people.

Manhattan Federal Court Judge Richard Berman slapped him the 30-year-old terrorist with two life terms plus 30 years.

“One thing a life sentence does is to make sure you don’t do it again,” Berman said.

Rahimi was found guilty on eight counts — including using a weapon of mass destruction and bombing a public place — on Oct. 16 following a two-week trial.

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