A Nanuet man will spend a year in jail after pleading guilty to causing the death of two teens in a crash while racing another teenager on Route 304 in October 2019. That’s according to The Journal News. 47-year-old Jason Castro reportedly pleaded guilty to felony criminally negligent homicide. The plea was approved by County Court Judge Kevin Russo, who had originally tossed a grand jury charge of second-degree manslaughter and reckless driving. A state appeals panel reinstated the charges. Castro was racing 17 year-old Aisha Radoncic when he crashed into her Porsche Macan, which reportedly flew 100 feet in the air and off the highway, landing on the train tracks below. Radoncic was originally charged with criminally negligent homicide and several other misdemeanors. Her case was handled in family court. Her two passengers died of their injuries, Pearl River High School senior and football player 17 year-old Altin Nezaj and Radoncic’s 15-year-old cousin, Saniha Cekic of Brooklyn. Castro will be sentenced September 13th.