Sentencing was set by Judge Michael Oster for April 30, which is after the trial of co-defendant Kameron Tunstall, 18, who is also charged with murder and felonious assault.
Hubbard faces 16 years to life in prison. During the hearing, Assistant Butler County Prosecutor Brad Burress said if Hubbard testifies at Tunstall’s trial and lies, committing perjury, his plea deal will be withdrawn.
Tunstall, 18, remains in the Butler County Jail on a $500,000 bond. Prosecutors say Tunstall conspired with Hubbard, but that Hubbard pulled the trigger.