A Montgomery County lawyer convicted of killing a Bucks County hunter has now pleaded guilty to federal weapons charges.

David Manilla was found with multiple weapons when police investigated the death of Barry Groh.

The problem is he is a convicted felon and therefore not allowed to own firearms.

Manilla is already spending 10-25 years in prison for involuntary manslaughter.

He could get an additional 10 years in prison plus fines for the weapons charge.