(CNN)The director of "Midnight Rider" has pleaded guilty to charges related to the 2014 death of a crew member while filming.
Randall Miller pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and criminal trespass Monday morning in Wayne County (Georgia) Superior Court, Deputy Clerk of Courts Betty Taylor told CNN.
As part of the plea deal Miller will spend two years behind bars, then serve eight years on probation. The deal prohibits him from directing films, or being in any supervisory position in movies that would make him responsible for the safety of others, for a period of 10 years.
A freight train hit members of the crew of the Gregg Allman biopic while they were working on a railroad bridge in February 2014. Camera assistant Sarah Elizabeth Jones, 27, was killed.