A man pleaded guilty Wednesday in a major drug trafficking case in Rochester.
According to the U.S. Attorney's Office, Ronald Walker, 43, of Queens, pleaded guilty to charges of possession and distribution of cocaine and heroin.
Prosecutors say Walker arranged for the distribution of 88 pounds of cocaine and more than two pounds of heroin in the Rochester area. Court papers say the drugs were funneled to Rochester from NYC between 2005 and 2012.
Walker faces a mandatory sentence of 10 years, and he forfeits $2.5 million.