On a MBR disk the maximum partition size is limited to 2TB,therefore you would have to create several partitions <= 2TB to split up the remaining space and put them together again as LVM.
In you example there is only one primary partition left to create and an extended partition is also limited to 2TB which wouldn't solve your problem.
The better solution would be to use a GPT labeled disk. Any reasons for not using this?
Also, some hardware RAID controllers support "partitioning" of the RAID array which and these "artition" appear as single disks in the operating system.
Depending on the distribution/version and GRUB version used, you also create 3 equally sized partitions, configure them as PV with
pvcreate, configure one VG with
vgcreate and single LVs using