The execution of Christopher Vialva was the seventh ordered by the Trump administration since July.
That was when Trump resumed executions following a federal hold for two decades.
Executed on Thursday was Christopher Andre Vialva, 40, the first African-American to suffer the death penalty for federal crimes since punishment was resumed this summer.
According to a statement from the Justice Department, Vialva was pronounced dead at 6:46 pm after receiving a lethal injection at the Terre Haute Penitentiary in the state of Indiana.
Vialva’s execution was the fourteenth execution of the year in the United States, seven federal and seven state.
Vialva was sentenced to death in 2000 for the murder of two ministers of Christian youth from the state of Iowa. The murders took place at the army base at Fort Hood.
Most countries have abolished capital punishment.