Jordan was arrested after his Baton Rouge, La., home was raided on September 25, 2009, and police found several movies and pictures depicting sexual abuse and rape of children on the 40-year-old's computer, along with a .40-caliber handgun, a .223-caliber rifle and marijuana.
On Monday (April 11), Jordan pleaded guilty to the charges of pornography involving juveniles and attempted illegal carrying of weapons with a controlled dangerous substance.
On May 2, Jordan is expected to be sentenced to six years without probation, parole or suspension of sentence, according to the terms of his guilty plea. The former rapper had prior convictions for drugs and indecent behavior with a juvenile.
As Skull Duggery, Jordan released several albums for Master P's No Limit Records, before leaving the New Orleans label in 1999, and releasing two more albums independently.
Listen to Skull Duggery's 'I'm Not a Victim'