The sixth and final defendant accused in the April 1989 Central Park "wilding" spree that culminated in the rape and beating of a female jogger faced sentencing Wednesday for attacking another jogger.

In late January, Steve Lopez, 17, under a plea bargain agreement, pleaded guilty to a charge of first-degree robbery stemming from an attack on John Loughlin, a 6-foot-4-inch, 185-pound ex-Marine schoolteacher during the one-hour rampage.In his plea, entered in state Supreme Court in Manhattan, Lopez admitted to beating Loughlin and stealing the man's radio on April 19, 1989.