In another bad turn for Michael Vick, one of his co-defendants pleaded guilty to dogfighting conspiracy charges in a plea deal with federal prosecutors this morning.
Tony Taylor, 34, told U.S. District Judge Henry Hudson that he's not expecting leniency during his sentencing, which is scheduled for December 14, according to the AP
He faces a maximum of five years in prison and a $250,000 fine for helping Vick find the Surry County property where he allegedly hosted "Bad Newz Kennels." He'll probably see only a fraction of that five years, promises or no promises. Taylor is also accused of purchasing pit bulls and killing at least two of them.