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Man who threatened Jews on metal music site faces sentencing

FILE - In this March 3, 2017, file photo, Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, center, a member of Congress's bipartisan task force combating anti-Semitism, speaks with a reporter after holding a news conference to address bomb treats against Jewish organizations and vandalism at Jewish cemeteries at the Park East Synagogue in New York. Kendall Sullivan, a Connecticut man who posted threats against Jews and synagogues on a metal music internet forum plans to argue at his sentencing that he has served enough time in prison. Sullivan is scheduled to go before a U.S. District judge in Bridgeport on Monday, April 17. He pleaded guilty in January to perpetrating a hoax and originally faced three federal charges of making online threats. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews, File)

FILE - In this March 3, 2017, file photo, Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, center, a member of Congress's bipartisan task force combating anti-Semitism, speaks with a reporter after holding a news conference to address bomb treats against Jewish organizations and vandalism at Jewish cemeteries at the Park East Synagogue in New York. Kendall Sullivan, a Connecticut man who posted threats against Jews and synagogues on a metal music internet forum plans to argue at his sentencing that he has served enough time in prison. Sullivan is scheduled to go before a U.S. District judge in Bridgeport on Monday, April 17. He pleaded guilty in January to perpetrating a hoax and originally faced three federal charges of making online threats. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews, File)  (The Associated Press)

A Connecticut man who posted threats against Jews and synagogues on a metal music internet forum plans to argue at his sentencing that he has served enough time in prison.

Kendall Sullivan faces a judge Monday after agreeing in January to plead guilty to perpetrating a hoax.

Sullivan has been behind bars since July for posting messages on Metalthrone.net that threatened to "slaughter" Jews and "burn their Synagogue to the ground."

Investigators searched the 50-year-old's Stamford home and found more than two dozen firearms, gun parts, high-capacity magazines and hundreds of rounds of ammunition. The FBI says it believed it thwarted a horrific hate crime.

Sullivan and his attorneys say he's been punished enough. Prosecutors plan to argue for a prison sentence of more than a year.