INDIANAPOLIS -- The suspect in a 2014 quadruple murder has rejected the plea deal previously offered by the prosecution.
Kenneth Rackemann officially rejected the deal in a hearing Friday morning.
The prosecutors will now seek the death penalty for him.
Authorities say Rackemann was the primary triggerman in a Feb. 20, 2014 attack that left four people dead.
In April 2014, a judge ruled that Rackemann wouldn't be allowed to get married while in prison.
His trial is set for Sept. 12, 2016.