LUMBERTON, N.J. — A father charged along with his adult son in a stabbing following a fight outside a southern New Jersey home last week is now facing a murder charge following the death of a New York City man.

Burlington County prosecutors said Tuesday that 56-year-old Supreme Life is also charged with attempted murder, conspiracy and weapons counts in addition to the first-degree murder charge.

He and 32-year-old Antoine Ketler were charged with aggravated assault after police responded to a Lumberton home Feb. 4 and found two victims.

Twenty-six-year-old Moriah Walker of Brooklyn was pronounced dead five hours later. A 23-year-old man underwent surgery and has since been released. Ketler is now also facing a conspiracy charge. It’s unclear if the defendants have attorneys.

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