A Pennsylvania school district is forced to remove a six-foot-high granite monument of the Ten Commandments from outside a school near Pittsburgh as part of a court settlement.

FOX’s Joe Chiaro reports:

The Freedom From Religion Foundation says it received a signed settlement Tuesday from the New Kensington-Arnold school district saying it will relocate the monument within 30 days and pay $164,000 in legal fees.

The settlement stems from a 2012 lawsuit filed by a student and her atheist mother. The district won a favorable decision in 2015. But an appeals court reversed the decision in August.

The monument was donated to the district in 1956 by the local chapter of the Fraternal Order of the Eagles.

Joe Chiaro, FOX News.