Two teenagers who engaged in a gunfight are now charged with the death of 8-year-old Fanta Bility. Back in October, Delaware County District Attorney's Office said investigators were "nearly certain" the bullets that killed Bility were fired by police.

Officers were firing into a Pennsylvania high school football game in an attempt to respond to the shootout in the Philadelphia suburb of Sharon Hill that was a block away from the game on Aug. 27.

Angelo "AJ" Ford, 16, and Hasein Strand, 18, are facing criminal charges that include first-degree murder, aggravated assault and gun charges, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports

On Nov. 10, Ford was arrested and taken into custody and Strand turned himself into the police, according to Atlanta Black Star.  

First Assistant District Attorney Tanner Rouse recalled the events of that day.

"They were attempting to kill one another that night, and as a direct result a little girl is dead," Rouse said, according to the Inquirer.

The district attorney's office said the exchange of bullets between the teens "precipitated the responsive discharge of weapons by police officers stationed near the entrance to the football stadium," the district attorney's office said, according to the Atlanta Black Star. "This responsive gunfire by the officers wounded three bystanders and tragically killed Fanta Bility."

Bility, 8, was hit in the back by a bullet and died at the scene. Bility's 13-year-old sister was also struck by gunfire, in addition to three other people. An officer also mistakenly shot at a vehicle that they thought was also part of the initial gunfight. 

No one in the car was injured by the gunfire, but a 20-year-old woman sustained bodily damage from shattered glass after the police discharged their weapons.

The teens have been charged in relation to the other attendees of the game who were wounded as well, and face five counts of attempted murder and five counts of recklessly endangering another person.  

Bility's family is proceeding with a federal lawsuit against the Sharon Hill Borough and one of the officers. They are seeking restitution for the child's death and the trauma the family has experienced.  

“The Borough of Sharon Hill and its police chief were the moving force behind the actions of the officer(s) that led to the death of Fanta Bility,” reads the suit, Atlanta Black Star reports

The officers, now placed on administrative leave, have yet to be criminally charged, and all three will face a grand jury on Nov. 18.