Associated Press
Kenneth Morgan Stancil III is seen in a booking photo provided by the The Volusia County, Fla., Department of Corrections. Stancil, 20, wanted in the shooting death of the print shop director at at Wayne County Community College in North Carolina on Monday morning, was arrested in Florida early Tuesday, April 14, 2015, Goldsboro police said

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — A man accused of killing a gay community college worker in North Carolina says the slain victim molested his relative and doing prison time is "the easy part."

Kenneth Stancil made the unsolicited comments Tuesday when he appeared before Judge Christopher Kelly in Daytona Beach. The judge warned Stancil he had the right to remain silent.

A Wayne County sheriff's office clerk says Stancil did not file anything about a relative being molested or any other compliant with the sheriff's office or Goldsboro police.

Stancil is accused of killing Ron Lane, the print shop director at Wayne Community College in Goldsboro, North Carolina, on Monday. Police have said they are investigating the shooting as a possible hate crime.

Stancil was denied bond and appointed a public defender.