Dr Kermit performed illegal, late-term abortions on women and when their babies are born alive, he would sever their spinal cords with scissors to kill them.
Afterward, he cuts off the babies’ feet and preserves them in jars.
Prosecutors are also holding him responsible for the death of 41-year-old Bhutan refugee Karnamaya Mongar, who died from an overdose of anesthesia under his care.
One of his employees has testified against Dr Kermit, and told the story of how she was handed a glass pan carrying a screaming newborn with no eyes or mouth and told to deal with it during one of his wicked operations.
Sherry West said:
'I saw it, and I thought, "What do you expect me to do?"' she said. 'It didn't have eyes or a mouth but it was like screeching, making this noise. It was weird. It sounded like a little alien.'She said she was so 'freaked out' that she left the room and did not know what happened to the baby.
West admits she hated working at the clinic but, like other employees there, she was given a job by Dr Kermit when she was struggling and desperate for money.
She had also been present when 41 years old Karnamaya Mongar went into cardiac arrest during an abortion in November 2009 and that Dr Kermit later held a staff meeting to tell workers what to say to police.
Other employees have described how they saw about 100 babies born alive and then 'snipped' with surgical scissors in the back of the neck, to ensure their 'demise'.
The clinic reeked of animal urine, courtesy of the cats that were allowed to roam (and defecate) freely. Furniture and blankets were stained with blood. Instruments were not properly sterilized. Disposable medical supplies were not disposed of; they were reused, over and over again.
Dr Kermit's trial is in its fourth week and is expected to last another month.
If he is found guilty he could be given the death penalty.