Among the victims is a pregnant teen.
Brian Omar Hyde is a native of Belize where he left behind a history of violent crime. Belize is a small English-speaking nation in Central America that is predominantly black.
Hyde is accused of killing his 37-year-old aunt Dorla Pitts, her 17-year-old pregnant daughter Starlett Pitts and the girl's 19-year-old boyfriend, Michael Kelly, Jr.
The crime occurred in Lehigh Acres, Fla. near Fort Meyers.
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Miraculously, the 18-month-old daughter of the two young victims was found unharmed in the house.
"This was an extremely violent scene, even for us," Lt. Matt Sands said during Thursday's press conference. "All homicide scenes are normally violent, but even for us, this scene was what we consider almost unimaginable."
Hyde was arrested later Tuesday when he was stopped in nearby Fort Myers for driving his white Range Rover on the wrong side of the road. He was caught driving without a license.
The Range Rover was registered to the same address as the crime scene. "That's when the first connection was made," Lt. Sands said.
Hyde also had blood on his pants and shoes. He was charged with three counts of second-degree murder and one count of killing an unborn child.
Starlett Pitts was six months pregnant when she was killed, authorities said. Michael Kelly's sister, Derquiasha Henderson, told NBC they had been picking baby names recently.
"We were just doing all of that, we were supposed to hang out," she told the station.
Hyde sneaked into the U.S. through Texas approximately seven months ago and found a home with his relatives, the Lee County Sheriff's Office said.
He and two other men were suspects in a double murder case in Belize in 2013, NBC reported. Hyde comes from a "criminal" family, according to the station. His uncle was reportedly a suspect in two Belize murders.
Michael Kelly's mother told NBC that she was suspicious of Hyde, but accepted him because of his relation to Starlett.
"This could happen to anybody, so be careful who you bring into your house," Sherri Flemming told NBC. "It could be your own family member."
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