Officials raided his house in 2015 and found that Arafat Nagi had plans to fly to Turkey then go to Syria to join ISIS.  Now he's plead guilty to charges that he planned to help the terrorist group.Arafat Nagi was living in Lackawana when officials raided his house and found that he had pledged materials and support to ISIS.

Nagi plead guilty in federal court yesterday (1/22).

He now faces up to 15 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.