SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- A guilty plea could send an eleventh Bricktown Gang member to prison for life.
Amadis Hunter, 25, pleaded guilty Wednesday to racketeering charges connected to his membership in the Bricktown Gang.
As part of the plea deal, Hunter admitted to selling cocaine and marijuana, getting drugs from suppliers in New York City, using violence to maintain gang territory and firing guns in connection with gang activity.
When sentenced, Hunter faces up to life in prison.
He is one of 14 Bricktown members named in an indictment and the 11th to reach a plea deal.
One of the remaining men charged is Saquan Evans. He's already serving a 40 year sentence in state prison for the shooting death of 20-month-old Rashaad Walker Jr. in 2010.