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04/29/08 - Gilmer

Laferney Pleads Guilty; Will Serve Life In Prison

A former East Texas youth minister will serve life in prison.

41-year old Kevin Laferney of Gilmer plead guilty today to "aggravated sexual assault" with a girl under 14 years old.

He also pled guilty to two seperate counts of indeceny with a child, cases that involved two other girls.

U.S. Marshalls arrested Laferney last August in Montana, after he reportedly tried to fake his own death.

Cathryn Khalil, reporting. ckhalil@kltv.com

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