Two Watertown High School students faced a judge on Thursday.
18-year-old Brian David Anderson and 17-year-old Trevor Kruthoff are both charged with murder for shooting and killing 20-year-old Jordan LeBeau on Monday in his Sioux Falls home.
In court, a judge set Anderson's bond for $1 million cash only. Kruthoff's bond was set at $500,000.
According to court documents, Anderson told Kruthoff to shoot LeBeau and his dad 48-year-old Jason LeBeau when the four started to fight during a robbery.
Jordan was shot and killed and Jason was injured.
Anderson and Kruthoff were told there was $100,000 in the house.
Investigators believe LeBeau's business partner, 20-year-old Kevin Rice, recruited the teens.
Police say drugs were involved and said detectives found marijuana and a large amount of cash inside LeBeau's home.