A Boiling Springs man received a 20-year prison sentence Wednesday for his role in an armed home invasion, according to a statement from the 7th Circuit Solicitor's Office.

Calvin Lee Phillips, 24, pleaded guilty to second-degree burglary, attempted armed robbery, first-degree assault and battery, kidnapping and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime. 

The home invasion occurred April 24, 2017, at a Sprouse Road home.

According to the Solicitor's Office, one of the victims reported he was assaulted in the yard and forced inside while a gun was held to his head. Once inside, the victim fought with the assailant and knocked the weapon out of his hands. During the fight, the victim yelled to his brother and requested help. The brother entered the room with a shotgun and shot at both suspects.

Phillips and his accomplice, Destinie Nichole Matheny, 22, of Inman, fled the home at this point, according to the statement.

Phillips and Matheny drove to the emergency room at Mary Black Hospital and requested medical treatment for their wounds. A hospital representative reported the shootings to the Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office. 

Matheny gave inconsistent accounts of the incident in multiple interviews with deputies, the Solicitor's Office said. 

Deputies found physical evidence at the crime scene that corroborated statements given by the home invasion victims, Assistant Solicitor Spenser Smith said in the statement.

Matheny pleaded guilty to second-degree attempted armed robbery, first-degree assault and battery and kidnapping on March 14. Circuit Judge Derham Cole issued a 20-year prison sentence that was suspended to 10 years of service and five years of problem.