SCOTLAND, S.D. (KELO) — The man accused of murdering three people and inuring two others in the town of Scotland, South Dakota plans to plead guilty.

43-year-old Francis Lange went into a home in November of 2021. According to court documents, he shot everyone inside, including a child.

Angela Monclova, her father Librado and Diane Akins died.

Court records say a Bon Homme County Deputy responded to a domestic violence-related call involving Lange and Angela Monclova several months prior to her death.

The two were separated, and Lange was taken to his father’s home, the same place authorities found him after the mass shooting.

Lange originally pleaded not guilty to murder and attempted murder.

Prosecutors have said they do not plan to seek the death penalty.

In March, a judge approved moving the trial from Bon Homme County to Yankton County.

Now, a change of plea hearing is scheduled for Wednesday afternoon.