Prophet said two other men are responsible for the murder of Devonshire and her son.
Jury deliberations began Monday for the man accused of killing a woman and her young son and then setting their home on fire on June 6, 2010.
Antonio Prophet took the stand in his own defense, saying he's not the one who killed Angela Devonshire and her son, three-year-old Andre White. Instead, Prophet claims two men who showed up at their home in Inwood are responsible for the murders.
Prophet testified two men with a knife and gun came to the apartment demanding drug money from Angela. After getting into a fight, Prophet says he ran into the woods, only to return to find the apartment on fire. Angela and Andre's flaming bodies were found on the floor covered in blood.
Prophet testified another man, Joseph Medina, had sent the men to Angela's apartment to retrieve a stolen laptop. Witnesses testified Prophet had stolen the laptop from a friend and left it in a wooded area in Martinsburg.
Prophet says he called the police days before the murder to report an anonymous threat, but he did not say who was being threatened.
"In my culture, that's frowned upon to have to call police," testified Prophet Friday.
During a heated cross examination Friday, Prophet revealed he's a creative writer and even published a book, "Enter the Fire, Seven Days in the Life." He says it's a book about drugs and violence.
Prophet says after he found the bodies he panicked, grabbed her youngest son, who was just six weeks old, and went to her parents' house next door. He left the baby on a lawn chair and hitched a ride from a friend along Interstate 81.
"I felt terrible for leaving the scene," Prophet testified Thursday.
Not once did he call the police to report the murders.
The next day, he sent a text message to Angela's father. The text read: "My condolences to your family. I'm truly sorry for your loss."
Prophet eventually got on a Greyhound bus for Atlanta, but instead ended up in a Charlotte, North Carolina hospital for treatment of his hands, which he says were cut from fighting the man with a knife. On Thursday, he showed the jury the scars on his forearm and hands.
Closing arguments will begin Monday morning.
Angela would have celebrated her 24th birthday last month.