LINCOLNTON, N.C. -- A Lincoln County man admitted in court last week that he was a "habitual felon", which played a role in his lengthy prison sentence.
Hughdaly Marquese Wilson, 34, has a lengthy criminal history.
In Lincoln County Superior Court, Wilson was convicted on two felony counts of possession with intent to sell and deliver cocaine and sell and deliver cocaine.
In court, Wilson admitted he was a habitual felon, and officials say his admission was factored in during sentencing.
Wilson was sentenced to 85 to 111 months on the first charge, and an additional 80 to 105 months on the second. The second sentence will be begin at the end of the first sentence.