Brogan Rafferty allegedly helped his pal Richard Beasley, 52, lure the men with the promise of work to a remote Ohio cattle farm.
But as we reported here, the unfortunate duo walked into an ambush.
One of their bodies was found in shallow grave by a cadaver dog, but a second man managed to escape even though he was shot.
He told cops that they were walking into a wooded area when he heard the terrifying sound of a gun being cocked, so he started to run.
Amazingly he managed to escape and he hid in the wood for seven hours before seeking help.
Chillingly, cops found a second shallow grave had been dug in preparation for his body.
Court records show that Rafferty, 16, was helping Richard J. Beasley, 52, in the attempted murder.
Beasley is already in custody at the Summit County Jail, being held on prostitution charges.
The Noble County Sheriff Department told WOIO that body was transferred to the Licking County Coroner's Office where an autopsy was performed on Thursday.
No word on the victims' identities at this time.