11/18 UPDATE: Cheari Edwards will serve 47 years in prison for her role in the murders. 71 years of the 118- year sentence were suspended.
According to the commonwealth's attorney, Edwards stole $1,100 after killing the brothers.
The mother of the victims says all she does is cry. "They don't know what they've done. They have hurt a lot of people and they have really hurt me," Mercedes Johnson said Monday.
VIRGINIA BEACH - A man accused of killing two brothers at a Rally's Restaurant in Va. Beach pleaded guilty and was sentenced Monday to life in prison with no chance of parole.
Deandre Dunnaway and his girlfriend Cheari Edwards are accused of robbing the Rally's on Lynnhaven Parkway in January and shooting Alphonso White and Michael Johnson.
Edwards also pleaded guilty on all charges - first degree murder, armed robbery, three counts of use of a firearm and conspiracy. She could face up to 47 years and 2 months in prison. She will be sentenced November 18th.
Dunnaway and Edwards worked at the Rally's with White, who was the shift manager.
According to police, during his interview with detectives, Dunnaway said that he knew he would probably have to kill the manager to eliminate any witnesses.
Dunaway wrote an apology to read to the victims' families, but his lawyer said he was too overcome with emotion to read the note Monday
White was engaged to be married and had three children.