There was an 11th hour plea for a man accused of burning down his ex-girlfriend's home.
Aldrin Johnson will spend the next 25 years in prison for a violent and fiery confrontation last October.
Johnson was accused of child abuse, assault and arson after deputies say he rammed his ex-girlfriend's car with her kids inside and then set her home on fire.
Monica Wright says, "He took everything from me. I hope they take something from him. I have nothing, nor my children. He didn't think of my kids. That's the least he could've did."
Johnson was supposed to go on trial Monday on 14 felony charges, but entered that plea in court Friday afternoon instead.
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