An Oregon man will spend the rest of his life in prison after pleading guilty to murdering his pregnant wife and their three young children. Edward Morris avoided a possible death sentence in a plea deal that gives him four consecutive life terms. Morris admitted shooting his wife and two sons, then stabbing his daughter. The four bodies were left beside a logging road in a state forest in December 2002. Morris was arrested the following month while on the run. His wife's family agreed to the plea arrangement -- saying they wanted to avoid the emotional pain of a trial.