The head of a violent, Bloods-affiliated street gang, who authorities say oversaw drug dealing in Camden from his Trenton State Prison cell, has pleaded guilty to leading a narcotics-trafficking network, the state Attorney General's Office said.
Michael Anderson, 38, known as the "original, original gangster" or "godfather" of the Nine Trey Headbustas, faced Superior Court Judge Samuel D. Natal in Camden County on Friday. He became the last to plead among 15 gang members indicted by a state grand jury in July 2008 on charges including racketeering, drug dealing, and conspiracy to commit murder.
The state will recommend a 20-year sentence in state prison, without possibility of parole for 10 years, on the first-degree charge of leading the drug-trafficking network. Anderson is scheduled to be sentenced Jan. 14.