Shawn agreed to wear a wire to prove his father, not his brother, was the killer.

"He made them drive to the bank to take out money. Instead of doing what I said the whole time, he was all cracked up," Tundidor said in an audio clip that was recorded a few days after the murder.

“Why my boys did what they did -- I can’t say," said Tundidor. "And, I don't believe they have the right to do this to me."

Tundidor maintained his innocence during the conversation with Turchin.

“I’m not lying to you, John," said Tundidor.

“Put yourself in my place. If you’re standing in my shoes, you look guilty to me," said Turchin.

"Yeah," replied Tundidor.

Broward Circuit Judge Cynthia Imperato is scheduled to sentence Tundidor in January.