Man accused of JFK terror plot pleads guilty

The man accused in a terror plot at JFK airport has pleaded guilty.

In 2007, Abdel Nur and three others were accused of planning to blow up fuel lines and planes at JFK.

Nur, who is from Guyana, plead guilty yesterday to charges that he provided material support to terrorists.

Officials say Nur faces up to 15 years in prison when he is sentenced.

A trial is expected to start today for the two other man accused in the plot.

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