LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- One of five men charged in the shooting death of a Louisville toddler takes a plea deal.
Trey Anderson pleaded guilty to several counts Tuesday, including criminal facilitation to murder and wanton endangerment.
Prosecutors say Anderson was given a five-year sentence on each count, all to run at the same time.
He also agreed to cooperate in any proceedings against his four co-defendants.
Sixteen-month-old Ne'riah Miller was shot in her mother's arms on the porch of a west Louisville home in August 2014.
Her mother survived.
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