PASADENA (   —  Authorities said a 26-year-old gang member was found guilty Friday of killing a well-known and well-liked Pasadena barbershop owner.

Deputy District Attorney Donna Hollingsworth said Davon Westley Moore of Los Angeles, was found guilty of first-degree murder with the special circumstances of murder during a burglary and robbery.

READ MORE: Driver Tries To Run Over Beverly Hills Officer, Sparking Pursuit; One Arrested

Moore will face a sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole at a sentencing hearing next month.

Moore stabbed King King, 43, to death during a robbery on Sept. 21, 2011, the DA said. King King was found dead in a parking lot behind his barbershop in the 900 block of East Washington Avenue.

READ MORE: E.G. Daily On 'Rugrat's New Holiday Special "Traditions": 'We Embrace Everyone And Everything'

Co-defendant Sabrina Octavia King (no relation to the victim) pleaded no contest to one count each of voluntary manslaughter and first-degree robbery on March 27.


MORE NEWS: Angels Reportedly Re-Sign Closer Raisel Iglesias To Four-Year Deal

Police Arrest 4 For Murder Of Pasadena Barbershop Owner