As DNAinfo reports, he pleaded guilty to receiving a firearm by interstate commerce with intent to commit a felony and possession of a weapon by a felon, according to Nicholas Biase, a spokesman for the Southern District of New York. He could face up to 20 years in prison for the charges.
Still no one has been charged with the murder of Ronald McPhatter, though Assistant U.S. Attorney Hagan Scotten had repeatedly accused Taxstone of firing the shot. McPhatter was Troy Ave's bodyguard. Troy was also arrested in relation to the shooting,