SourceTree: Remove ignored files from Git repository

I've got a 3rd party library in my app that I don't want to bundle with the download on GitHub. I didn't come to this realization until I had already uploaded it to GitHub.

How do I go about removing the library's files from GitHub, using SourceTree?

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You can change the File Status view to 'Show All', then select the files in question and right-click 'Stop Tracking', then commit.

Thanks, that did it.

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