Another former official of U.S. Mortgage Corp., the parent firm of CU National Mortgage, has pleaded guilty to playing a role in the fraudulent sale of credit union mortgages to Fannie Mae. Credit unions that took losses from the theft are still working to recover those losses from Fannie Mae and CUNA Mutual Insurance Corp.

Leroy Hayden, 47, U.S. Mortgage Corp.’s former service manager, pleaded guilty on May 13 in federal court in Newark, N.J., to conspiring to fraudulently sell the mortgage loans as part of the scheme initiated by former U.S. Mortgage CEO Michael McGrath, according to court records.

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