JAY — A Delaware County man pleaded guilty to a reduced charged of second-degree murder in the death of his former girlfriend's 2-year-old daughter and received a life sentence with possibility of parole, District Attorney Eddie Wyant said Thursday. Roger L. Dry, 36, of Eucha, entered the plea in Delaware County District Court on Wednesday. He was scheduled to go to trial later this year. Emily Hernandez died Sept. 1 at St. Francis Hospital in Tulsa of shaken baby syndrome after being on life support for a day, a police affidavit states. An autopsy report showed the toddler had more than 50 scrapes and bruises on her body when she died. Wyant said at the time the autopsy report was released that some of those bruises came from medical personnel. Dry was watching the toddler while her mother, Mary Bartleson, took another child to school. When Emily began crying, Dry spanked her, shook her and told her to "shut up and be quiet,” an arrest affidavit states. Emily began to vomit on Dry, so he shook her violently six or seven times, telling her to stop crying and be quiet, according to the affidavit. After the child became quiet, Dry laid her on the bed on her stomach with a drinking cup, the affidavit states. Dry said he was in the shower when Bartleson came home and he heard her scream. When he got out of the shower, he said, he saw Bartleson holding Emily in her arms and yelling that she wasn't breathing, the affidavit states.