The prime suspect in the gruesome murder of 8-year old Leiby Kletzy is expected to plead guilty in court next week.
Sources tell The Daily News Levi Aron will accept a plea bargain and thus receive a sentence of 40 years in prison.
In July 2011, Aron was arrested for the kidnapping and brutal murder of Kletzy, after police raided Aron's Brooklyn home to find Kletzy's body dismembered and stored inside Aron's refrigerator.
Kletzky went missing after walking home from religious day camp, the first time his parents allowed him to walk by himself.
Aron originally pleaded not guilty to the charge of second-degree murder and kidnapping charges.
Aron allegedly confessed to the charges, but defense lawyers later said he was coerced into admission.
36-year old Aron will appear in court on Thursday, August 9. In the meantime, lawyers warn Aron could change his mind about the plea bargain.
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