Dunno. Depends on whether or not you need (business and complience requirement) to do a report on them first.
If not, a SQL agent job, command line doing a delete would probably.
Or perhaps a command line script. Neither is really my expertise.
Here we zip and archive, so a job goes off once a day, zips all files and copies that zip to the archive server
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