The man who admitted to trying to firebomb the Michigan Tech campus in 2001 will get his sentence Monday.
27-year-old Ian Wallace pleaded guilty back in October.
He’ll be sentenced in federal court in Marquette.
Wallace is now a grad student in New York state at Stony Brook University.
But he was once a member of the Earth Liberation Front, a group the FBI has classified as eco-terrorists.
He told federal prosecutors that in November 2001, he was 1 of 2 people who placed homemade firebombs outside 2 buildings at Michigan Tech’s Forestry Center.
But the timers on the bombs failed.
Wallace could face up to 10 years in prison.
But prosecutors are recommending less than 6 years.
He helped authorities crack a different case in Rhinelander, Wisconsin from 2000.