Conrad Zdzierak has come clean after posing as a black man with a life-like mask during a mass robbery.
Hitting several banks in the Tri-State area, authorities were pursuing the wrong person, and arrested another man in his place due to the fraud persona.
As previously reported, The 30-year old man was held on a $3 million bond, with six counts of aggravated robbery.
Zdzierak pleaded guilty this past Monday in Hamilton County Ohio to one count of aggravated robbery and five counts of robbery, and could face up to 35 years in prison.
His sentencing will begin January 7, and as a part of his plea deal with prosecutors will be dismissed of 12 other charges.
Zdzierak stole around $15,000 using his silicone mask, which he bought from California based company, SPFXmasks.
The owner claims they do not condone illegal activity with their products, but that it was not the first time their masks had been used for criminal purposes.