He faced up to 25 years to life in prison had he been convicted at trial.
Two of his GS9 co-defendants, Chad Marshall and Nicholas McCoy, took the same deal.
A fourth defendant, Santino Broderick, who had more charges against him, was offered a 15 year deal. He was overheard telling his lawyer, “Fifteen? Dang. My life is over.” He turned down the deal and will stand trial next week.
“You want 80 or you want 15,” his lawyer Kevin Canfield told him, referring to how much time he could face if convicted at trial.