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June 19, 2015 -- A thug accused of shooting Robert Horton to death in 2013 has entered a plea to a lesser charge.

Damian Anderson pleaded guilty to accessory to murder, according to

Anderson is one of three black teens accused of killing Horton, 53, in a so-called 'robbery gone bad.'

Horton was shot and killed while making a delivery at a Papa John's in Tulsa, Oklahoma on March 24, 2013 at 6:34 pm. He was shot several times in the chest.

Also arrested were Jermaine Savory and Frankie Jackson.

The plea was reported June 15, 2015.

Unlike the murders of nine black people in Charleston, South Carolina this week, the murder didn't attract national media attention, was not exploited to exacerbate racial hatred, nor did the governor hold a news conference to declare the heart and soul of Oklahoma had been broken.

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Robert Horton shot and killed in 2013
Three men charged in his death
All three now sentenced in connection to crime

A man charged with murdering a Papa John’s truck driver pleaded guilty to a lesser charge.

Damian Anderson pleaded guilty to accessory to murder in the death of Robert Horton in Tulsa two years ago.

Anderson was facing between 5 and 45 years in prison, but Monday his attorney and the State of Oklahoma came to an agreement, and he pleaded to 20 years in doc.

Anderson testified against Frankie Jackson last week.

On Friday a jury found Jackson, guilty of felony murder for the death of Horton. In August, Jermain Savory pleaded guilty to that crime.

Anderson's attorney told FOX23 his client is pleased with the outcome.

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