An 18-year-old Illinois man is accused of fatally shooting his younger brother over money and a dozen pairs of shoes.

(Left) Juan Kincade, 18 has been charged in the fatal shooting of his younger brother, Juwan Kincade, 17 (right). (Photos/Sangamon County Jail and Walker Funeral Service)

According to The (Springfield, Ill.) State Journal Register, police said Juan Kincade, 18, shot his brother Juwan Kincade, 17, in Juwan’s home on July 30. Following the shooting, Juan stole a small amount of cash and 12 pairs of shoes totaling more than $500. The teen’s mother reportedly returned home to find her younger son dead on their living room floor.

Juan Kincaid faces counts of first-degree murder and one count of theft, according to NBC Chicago affiliate WMAQ. Under Illinois law, first-degree murder carries a sentence of 20 to 60 years; use of a gun in the crime potentially adds an additional 25 years to that sentence.

Juan Kincaid was on parole after he was sentenced in September and released in February on controlled substance charges, according to the State Journal Register.

“Last Thursday, a mother lost her son, and today, the state brought allegations against another son,” Juan Kincaid’s attorney, William Vig, told the newspaper. “Obviously, it’s very early in the case, and we are awaiting receiving the official investigation while we are conducting our own investigation.”