Giavonni Wickware waived his right to a jury trial. He faces 20 to 50 years in prison. If he's found to be a habitual offender, he could get up to 80 years behind bars.
Prosecutors say Wickware was part of a group of armed men who broken into a home on Lombard Ave. in October 2012, tied the residents up, and robbed them. A co-defendent in the case says they targeted the wrong house.
A judge will decide on whether the habitual offender enhancement will take effect on December 30.