ACCUSED DARK WEB DRUG KINGPIN 'OXYMONSTER' TO PLEAD GUILTY, FACES 20 YEARS IN PRISON: REPORT

An accused dark web drug kingpin known as the “OxyMonster” has agreed to plead guilty in a deal that could send him to prison for more than 20 years, according to reports.

Gal Vallerius, who federal prosecutors say was a controlling administrator for Dream Market, a dark web black market for sellers and buyers of illicit goods, is set to plead guilty on June 12 in Miami federal court to conspiring to distribute drugs and money laundering, according to the Miami Herald.

The 39-year-old Frenchman faces a 20-year sentence, according to the newspaper. He had faced life imprisonment.