CHICAGO (WLS) -- The sentencing for a teenager convicted of killing a 14-year-old in Chicago has been pushed back.
Endia Martin's killer has been in custody since the 2014 shooting. Martin was only 14 when she and a group of friends were attacked by another girl.
The four-year-old legal saga was supposed to come to a close Wednesday morning, but the sentencing has been pushed back until June 20.
Associate Judge Stuart Paul Katz said the sentencing was delayed because a prosecutor assigned to the case left the states attorney's office.
In January, the defendant pleaded guilty to first degree murder. ABC7 is not naming her because she was charged as a juvenile.
The plea came less than a week before her scheduled trial in the 2014 shooting death of Martin.
The defendant was also 14 years old at the time and prosecutors said the shooting was instigated by a heated interaction on social media over a boy.
The teen shooter's uncle was convicted of providing the gun used in the incident. In 2016, he was sentenced to 100 years in prison.
Sentencing for teen convicted of killing Endia Martin in 2014 postponed