42-year-old Anthony Pinnock was convicted after a lawsuit and sentenced in front of Leeds Crown Court on Friday.
He was convicted of seven rapes, sexual assault and false detention.
The crimes occurred between 2017 and 2019 and were directed against a woman.
He was sentenced to 14 years in prison and entered in the Register for Sex Offenders for life.
Detective Inspector Damian Simpson of the Kirklees Safeguarding Unit said: "I want to praise the victim for their courage and bravery in reporting these terrible crimes.
"I hope that the conviction and today's conviction will help her graduate and that she can look forward to the future.
"I also want to acknowledge the commitment and tenacity of the detectives involved in this investigation, who have once again underlined their continued commitment to our communities.
"Anyone who has been the victim of sexual abuse should feel confident to contact the police.
We have specialist teams that take you seriously, treat you sensitively, and do everything in our power to bring the perpetrators to justice. "