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A twenty two year old man pleading guilty to burning three historically black churches in Louisiana Louisiana man has pleaded guilty to burning three Baptist churches last year Colin Matthews and set his first fire on March twenty six another April second and then a third April fourth all three were historically black churches in St Landry parish located roughly thirty minutes from Lafayette Louisiana his three guilty pleas are one count for each church in violation of the church arson prevention act a hate crime as well as one count for using fired to commit a federal felony he faces a minimum of ten years and a maximum of seventy years in prison sentencing is expected