She said the attacks were premeditated and the involvement of a leather belt, a hunting knife, duct tape and cable ties were aggravating factors.
She imposed consecutive sentences of eight years, nine and a half years and five years.
On September 3, 2015, a second woman was walking home late at night when he came up behind her and put a leather belt around her neck and pulled her backwards to the ground.
The report contained factual errors and a probation officer told the court that the assessment was based on the man having committed one offence.
Judge Pauline Codd described the violent attacks on three women by the 34-year-old man as primal and brutal. The man attacked three women in 2011, 20 at locations around Clondalkin in south Dublin.
Two of the attacks involved a sexual assault and took place late at night as the women walked home after a night out.
Additional evidence Ms Maxwell, who had just started a new job in Dublin city when the attack took place, told the court that the attack has broken her spirit and she feels she will never recover.
Reading her victim impact statement to the court, she said that she suffered a life changing injury to her hand when fighting off the knife attack.