A Lexington man plead guilty Tuesday for his role in a string of gas station robberies, two of which ended with a clerk being shot.
Isaiah Robinson's, 21, plea came on the second day of his trial.
Three Shell stations were robbed in Georgetown late last year. Robinson was one of five people arrested and police say he was the one who fired the shots. He now faces 60 years to life in prison. The other four people in the case have already plead guilty.