LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE 3)– A Louisville teen who pleaded guilty to his role in three different murders has been moved to an adult facility.
Anjuan Carter, who recently turned 18, took a plea deal for the murders of 14-year-old Larry Ordway, Ordway’s 16-year-old brother Maurice Gordon, and a man named Christopher Jones.
Ordway and Gordon were found stabbed and burned outside an abandoned home in 2016.
Carter’s attorney argued his client has made great strides in juvenile detention.
A judge ruled Carter will serve the rest of his 10 year sentence on facilitation to murder and evidence tampering charges.