ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - An Albuquerque man pleaded guilty to killing his brother Monday.
Zach Pagett, the now convicted felon told police he had killed his brother to save the world.
Pagett said he killed his brother, Neal, and buried his body in the basement of the family home.
Pagett has been charged with second degree murder but until today had been unable to stand trial because he had been in and out of the state's mental hospital.
He is facing 21 years in prison.
At this time there is no sentence date set.
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