1 of 2 Brothers Pleads Guilty in Death of Ozark Man

One of two brothers charged in the death of Miles Ben Ansley of Ozark pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of murder on Friday. Twenty-two-year-old Darrell Facion of Dothan pleaded guilty to felony murder and was sentenced to 22 years in a state prison, minus time served since Ansley's murder on nov. 27, 2007.

Authorities said he will be eligible for parole in 7½ years, but could have been sentence from 10 to 99 years if convicted. Facion's brother, Alvin,  and a friend, Donovan Beaty are still facing capital murder charges.

All three are accused of gunning down Miles Ben Ansley at an apartment complex in Ozark late last year.