András Pándy (1 June 1927 – 23 December 2013) was a convicted Belgian serial killer of Hungarian ancestry. He had been serving a life sentence for the murder of his two wives and four children, after he was arrested when his daughter, Ágnes, with whom he had a long-standing incestuous relationship, confessed to being involved in at least five of the murders. Furthermore, in one of his houses the skeletal remains of seven more unknown women and one man were found. A former clergyman, he was dubbed "Father Bluebeard" by some of the Belgian press. He died in the prison of Bruges on 23 December 2013 in the infirmary.