BREAKING NEWS: Accused child killer won't stand trial, scheduled to accept plea deal Friday.

A 26 year old Fairbanks man accused of inflicting fatal injuries to the 2-year-old son of his ex-girlfriend while disciplining him, has opted against a trial by jury, and is scheduled

to accept a plea deal in his case on Friday in state court.

Carl Delbert David Jr. is charged with First and Second-Degree Murder, First Degree Assault, and other charges in the April 17, 2012 assault of Jacob Williams.

Barring any delay's in the case, Friday's Change of Plea hearing is set for 2pm in front of Superior Court Judge Douglas Blankenship, that's according to the Alaska Court System

website.

David was arrested the day of the assault, after the woman pushed her unconscious child, in a stroller, to Fairbanks Memorial Hospital with injuries including a broken neck and a fractured

skull with internal brain bleeding.

Jacob Williams was sent to Providence Memorial Hospital in Anchorage, where he died two days later.

According to court records, David told Fairbanks Police he threw the child on the bed because he was upset that the boy wet the bed while taking a nap.

He says the boy bounced off the bed, and hit his head on the floor in their South side apartment.

Terms of the plea agreement, including jail time, won't be known until Friday's hearing. 

This is a developing story.

News Center 11 will have more information as it becomes available.