James Edwards Jr., 18, was one of three bored teens who spotted Lane as the victim was out for a jog in Duncan, Oklahoma.
The teens relieved their boredom by fatally shooting Lane for sport.
Edwards, convicted as an accessory to the crime, was sentenced to boot camp. He could face an additional 45 years in prison.
Lane, 22, was a noted Australian athlete who was visiting his girlfriend in Oklahoma.
• Globalists weave sordid tales of white-on-black racist murders that occurred in the fogged mist of America's past. Those tales are embedded in our nation's psyche, though most are unsupported by actual history. Meanwhile, the ongoing epidemic of black-on-white violence continues unabated and largely unreported by the media.
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The third teen accused in the murder of Australian baseball player Christopher Lane has pleaded guilty to being an accessory to the killing.
James Edwards Jr., 18, admitted in court Wednesday that he made a call from prison in 2013 to hide the gun used in the murder, KSWO reports.
A judge sentenced Edwards to take part in a prison boot camp in Alva, Oklahoma.
After he finishes boot camp, a judge will determine his sentence on June 14 of next year.
He could face up to 45 years in prison.
Edwards is the final defendant in a murder case that made national headlines in 2013.
Edwards, Michael Jones, and Chauncey Luna were in a car when Luna allegedly opened fire and shot Christopher Lane, 22, to death while he was jogging near his girlfriend’s home in Duncan.
In March 2015, Jones pleaded guilty to second-degree murder. He was sentenced to serve life in prison and receive credit for time served. Jones will be eligible for parole in 36 years.
In April 2015, Luna, 17, was found guilty of first-degree murder. He was sentenced to serve life in prison without the possibility of parole.
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