A man accused of killing two young Arkadelphia girls and their stepfather changed his plea Friday to guilty of three counts of capital murder. He also plead guilty to one count of aggravated robbery.
Riakos Lizana, 21, was sentenced to four life terms for the 2012 deaths of 40-year-old Bobby Jean Galbraith, 4-year-old Marley Crutchfield and 6-year-old Adiele Crutchfield.
Police say Lizana broke into Galbraith's home on December 6, 2012, and killed Galbraith and the two girls. An infant was also found unharmed at the Arkadelphia home.
Lizana will serve the four life terms consecutively with no chance for parole.