His long dorsal indicates that he is DT. The form of his caudal looks like delta DT or HMDT (VTDT are sort of rectangular).
Though I agree with Pitluvs, yet I believe that all breeders experiment with their line - Asian breeders, not sure about US breeders. The difference is that you can't ask about genetic back ground from LFS but you can when dealing with breeders.
Red is difficult to breed out but you should get some with no red if you breed to a clean black, blue or green (no red). Actually you can get a few clean green by breeding him to a same color... but that's more of a gamble. Then inbreed the clean greens or cross to another clean green ..... warning: I would wait until F1 is 6 months before breeding because they may look clean when young but as they age, red might show.
Assuming they carry true genes
Black lace - black, blackish body with green irids, darkish green/turquoise, turquoise, and some multi (red)
Royal blue - blue, turquoise, green, multi
Green - bright green, turquoise green, multi
You can get clean bright (lighter shade) shiny green if you breed him to a clean/solid copper. In this case you will also get multi colors. Probability: Green shade copper, bright/lighter green, multi.
The color percentage outcome depends on who carries stronger genes ..... in other words - unpredictable.