BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — A man who led a faction accused of killings and recruiting child soldiers during the Liberian civil war has been ordered out of the U.S. by an immigration judge in western New York.George Boley Sr. led the Liberian Peace Council during the 1990s conflict. He was arrested in 2010 while living near Rochester, where he worked as a public school administrator.Immigration officials said the LPC burned to death dozens of captives and villagers in 1994 and massacred 27 others during an attack in 1995. Boley is also accused of authorizing the executions of seven of his fighters.Boley has 30 days to appeal the Monday ruling. A message left with his lawyer hasn't been returned. Boley would be sent to Liberia, where he could face charges.