Select all the media from one shoot into a bin, select-all, create multi-cam. It can take some practice to get used to how to set the dialog so it works for your particular situation.
It will even sort out when you have say a bin that has 6 video clips, each of a different shoot, with maybe 7 audio clips, two from one and the other 5 matching a different video each. Premiere will catch that, create a new sequence for the one video with two audio tracks, and sequences for each of the other five with their one 'extra' audio track.
"It can take some practice to get used to how to set the dialog so it works for your particular situation.". Sage advice. You may need to even create Multicam clips in many projects as you experiment with this very useful feature. But when you get it all down, create the real project and do you your thing.