Prosecutors: Man pleads guilty to 4 Long Island MS-13 murders
A self-proclaimed gang member faces 32 years to life in prison for allegedly taking part in four MS-13 killings.
Raul Ponce pleaded guilty Tuesday afternoon to taking part in three murders in 2016.
Prosecutors say one killing was in Uniondale and two others were in the Massapequa Preserve.
They say Ponce, 23, was also involved in a fatal 2017 shooting in Hempstead.
Ponce is set to be sentenced on Jan. 25.
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