KALAMAZOO, Mich. (AP) — A man who was a teenager when he admitted killing three young women in 1972 has been granted parole by the Michigan Parole Board nearly a half-century after the slayings.

The parole board notified the victims' relatives that Brent Koster, 64, was granted parole on Nov. 10. The Kalamazoo area man will be released from prison on Jan. 21 after serving 48 years, according to parole board records, WWMT-TV reported.

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