Convicted Hitman Will Leave Prison After 14 Years - New York News

Convicted Hitman Will Leave Prison After 14 Years

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WRIGHTSTOWN, N.J. -

The man who played a role in one of New Jersey's most notorious murders is got out of prison at around 8:00 p.m. today.

Len Jenoff created a media circus when he carried out a murder in 1994. Jenoff admitted to killing the wife of a South Jersey rabbi back in 1994. Len Jenoff confessed that he was hired by Rabbi Fred Neulander to kill Fred's wife, Carol. Carol Neulander was found beaten in the couple's Cherry Hill home in 1994.

FOX 29's Steve Keeley reported live outside the prison in Wrightstown, NJ where Len Jenoff was released.

Jenoff has spent about 14 years in prison. Fred Neulander is serving a life sentence.

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