Synagogue Bomb Plot Suspect Pleads Guilty

Will be sentenced to 10 years in prison


A man charged with plotting to blow up synagogues in New York has pleaded guilty to state terrorism charges.

Ahmed Ferhani entered the plea on Tuesday in the unusual state-level terror case.

Manhattan state Supreme Court Justice Michael Obus says he plans to sentence Ferhani to 10 years in prison. The sentencing is set for Jan. 30.