PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Two men pleaded guilty in connection with the death of a man who died years after he was shot.

Marty Armstrong was sentenced to an additional 10 years in prison today. Lamont Fulton received no additional penalty.

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Marty Armstrong Jr. (L), Lamont Fulton (R) (Source: Pittsburgh Public Safety Department)

They were both already serving time for shooting Michael Lahoff during a robbery in the Smithfield-Liberty parking garage in Pittsburgh in 2003.

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According to police, Michael Lahoff was walking to his car when he was shot in the back. In 2005, he told KDKA that in just a few minutes, he became disabled. He said his body was dead from the shoulders down.

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Lahoff died from complications years later.