Joei Jordan, the third suspect accused in the murder of Paul DeWolf, a University medical student, was convicted Tuesday of felony murder, home invasion in the first degree and conspiracy to commit home invasion in the first degree, The Ann Arbor News reported.

Jordan, a 21-year-old from South Carolina was found to have been involved in the murder of DeWolf, who was found dead at the Phi Rho Sigma fraternity house in July 2013.

According to court records, Jordan plead guilty to home invasion in the first degree and conspiracy to commit home invasion in the second degree on Jan. 20, 2015. He was found guilty on all four counts of home invasion and one count of homicide, a felony.

Jordan will be sentenced March 11. The other two men involved in the incident, Dajeon Franklin and Shaquille Jones, have been found guilty on varying degrees of home invasion and homicide as well.

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