Albany- The man investigators say is responsible for showing Frank Spring and others how to set up an indoor marijuana growing operation in south Georgia pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday.
Riley Trey McDaniel entered the plea to conspiracy to manufacture a thousand or more marijuana plants. McDaniel faces a minimum of 10 years and a possible maximum sentence of life in prison for the crime.
Tuesday in court authorities unveiled McDaniel maintained indoor growing operation like this one in Lee County at homes in Tallahassee and Atlanta.
As part of the agreement, McDaniel admitted to teaching a number of people including Frank Spring and other in Terrell County how to set up and maintain indoor growing operations.