TEANECK, N.J. (CBSNewYork) – The man accused in a wrong-way crash that killed a New Jersey father and his four daughters has pleaded guilty to multiple charges.

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Alvin Hubbard of Maryland pleaded guilty to five counts of operation of a motor vehicle causing death, one count of vehicular assault in the second degree, and one count of vehicular assault in the third degree.

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Prosecutors say Hubbard was behind the wheel last July when he crossed a highway median in Delaware and hit the Trinidad family as they headed home from a beach vacation.

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The Trinidad family and their attorneys talk about the crash in Delaware which killed their four daughters on July 6, 2018. (Credit: CBS2)

The mother was the only survivor of the wreck.