No, they won't worsen your LDL.
By the way, the LDL bad cholesterol thing is a bit outdated, which you won't hear many places.
LDL isn't bad, and in fact are about 5 different sizes to them. Sadly, most tests won't tell you this, unless you have a doc that is very up to date.
LDLa and LDLb are among 2 different sizes, one big and fluffy and one small and dense. The LDLb is the small dense kind that can be problematic. Especially once they are oxidized which is basically a chemical alteration that your body doesn't like.
In fact, meats, eggs and the such have been shown to have a slight effect on LDLa by raising that and improving HDL.
If you're concerned about your heart health take a look at your Tiglyceride:HDL ratio and shoot for 2.0 or lower. This is by far the best indicator (as of now).
If you want more info on the subject there are some great books out there that I could recommend. Or hell, some free articles online as well.