The man accused of shooting four people, killing one inside an Albany nightclub has pleaded guilty in the case.

Kareem Blacknall pleaded guilty to manslaughter charges in court Thursday morning. He faces 25 years to life in prison.  

Back in February, Blacknall turned down a plea deal that would have given him a lesser sentence of 18 years to life.

Prosecutors say Blacknall shot four people, killing Wedell Hill inside Rocks Nightclub in the early morning hours of Thanksgiving last year. His attorney says Blacknall was in the club, but was not the shooter.

By rejecting his first plea deal, the case against Blacknall was set to move to trial. And the district attorney's office moved forward with presenting three more charges of attempted murder for the three people who were injured in the shooting. 

If convicted on all charges, Blacknall faced more than 100 years to life behind bars.

He is scheduled to be sentenced December 7.