However, Jenoff recants those allegations in a sworn affidavit filed as part of a post-conviction relief motion made by Neulander's court-appointed lawyer, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported Sunday.
Neulander - who is serving a life term - has maintained Jenoff and a second man were acting on their own, motivated by robbery, when they killed his wife.
Jenoff, now serving a 23-year sentence after pleading guilty to aggravated manslaughter and agreeing to cooperate with authorities, also alleges prosecutors reneged on a "sweetheart deal" promising him a five-year sentence.
Authorities deny there was any such agreement.
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