Wear-leveling techniques and Error Correction Codes (ECCs) are essential for the improvement of the reliability and durability of flash memories. Low-Density Parity-Check (LDPC) codes have higher error correction capabilities than conventional ECCs and have been applied to various flash memory-based storage devices. Conventional wear-leveling schemes using only the number of Program/Erase (P/E) cycles are not enough to reflect the actual aging differences of flash memory components. This paper introduces an actual aging measurement scheme for flash memory wear-leveling using LDPC decoding information. Our analysis, using error-rates obtained from an flash memory module, shows that LDPC decoding information can represent the aging degree of each block. We also show the effectiveness of the wear-leveling based on the proposed scheme through wear-leveling simulation experiments.