The Elkton man accused in being an accomplice to a murder in Graves County last year was found guilty by a jury Thursday.
WPSD in Paducah reports Eddie Russell of Elkton was convicted of complicity to murder, complicity to attempted murder, complicity to robbery and burglary, and two counts of complicity to wanton endangerment.
Police say Russell was the mastermind behind the plan to rob the home of his ex-girl friend's family. Russell was accused of driving two men to the home of Richard and Sharon Jett in February 2012, giving them a gun and instructing them where to find other guns and money.
Richard Jett was fatally wounded. His wife, Sharon was shot 5 times but survived.
The two other suspects have already accepted plea deals on their charges. James Kirby is serving a 30-year sentence and Richard Phipps received a life sentence. The jury recommended a 25-year sentence for Russell, who will stand for formal sentencing next month.