A Rochester man admitted to making false phone calls claiming terrorists were planning to blow up Kodak.
Federal prosecutors say Omer Fadhel Saleh Mohammed, 31, made three calls in Sept. 2012 telling 911 of these false plans.
Another call to 911 in January said that explosives for the bombing were located in Rochester. Police and firefighters who responded found nothing.
If convicted, Mohammed could spend 10 years in prison plus a fine.