Putnam County teen pleads guilty in Romes brothers slayings

Michael Fay faces two counts of aggravated murder.

The teen suspect in the killing of two Ottawa teen brothers has pleaded guilty Tuesday morning in a Putnam County court.

18-year-old Michael Fay faces two counts of aggravated murder in the killing of Blaine Romes, 14, and his brother Blake Romes, 17, whose bodies were found dead after Fay directed officers to their locations according to officials. If convicted, Fay faces up to life in prison.

Prosecutors said Fay killed the Romes brothers at an Ottawa mobile home where he and the Romes' family had been living. Officials issued an Amber Alert for the three teenagers when Romes' mother discovered a bloody crime scene in May.

LISTEN: Romes' mother 911 frantic call to operator

Authorities discovered Fay the next day and arrested him in Columbus.

Earlier in September, a sheriff's detective testified during preliminary hearings that Fay lied during questioning.

WNWO spoke to neighbors of the victims who described Fay as a "normal kid, like anybody else."

WATCH: Community mourns the loss of Romes brothers.

Fay is due to be sentenced next month.

(The Associated Press contributed to this article.)