ALLEGHANY COUNTY, Va. (WFXR) — An Alleghany County man has pleaded guilty to abducting a two-year-old boy from a Giles County church in May 2021, according to court records.

Bobby Lee Taylor is the boyfriend of Nancy Renee Fridley, who admitted to abducting two-year-old Noah Trout from Riverview Baptist Church in Ripplemead on May 2, 2021, officials say.

The Giles County Sheriff’s Office says authorities found Trout at Fridley’s home in Clifton Forge on May 3, 2021. Fridley and Taylor were both taken into custody.

Nearly 14 months later, on June 28, Alleghany Circuit Court records say that Taylor pleaded guilty to abduction by force/intimidation and possession of Schedule I or II drugs in connection with Trout’s kidnapping, as well as a forgery of public records charge from a separate incident in March 2021.

Officials say Taylor is due back in court on Oct. 11.

This news comes after Giles County Commonwealth’s Attorney Bobby Lilly told WFXR News that Fridley entered guilty pleas to charges of abduction and child abuse/neglect on July 6.

However, officials say that Fridley is still facing two counts of attempted abduction after she allegedly tried to take more children from other church daycares, which will be addressed during a bench trial on July 26.