Federal prosecutors say a New Jersey man has admitted overseeing a ring that sold crack cocaine in Camden.
Harold Miller pleaded guilty Wednesday to conspiracy to distribute the drug and possession with the intent to distribute.
The 41-year-old Mantua man faces up to 20 years in prison when he's sentenced May 8. Miller admitted that for 15 months, he oversaw a conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine on Pfeiffer Street in Camden.
He admitted managing drug sales there and coordinating the supply of crack cocaine to other dealers. Miller was arrested in September 2015. Three other men accused of roles in the ring have also pleaded guilty.