The University of Virginia lacrosse player charged with killing his girlfriend is now facing five additional charges: felony murder, robbery, burglary, statutory burglary and grand larceny.

George Huguely IV, 23, is expected to make his first video appearance in a Charlottesville court on Monday to face the new charges, which prosecutors filed late Friday afternoon. Also on Monday, prosecutors plan to ask for a continuance on Huguely's hearing for his orginial charge of first degree murder, which was set for Jan. 21.

Huguely's lawyers say they expected the additional charges.

"These additional charges were not unexpected and wehave been fully prepared to defend against them," the defense, led by Francis McQ. Lawrence, wrote in an e-mailed statement. "We think it is significant that the amended charges acknowledge that there was no premeditation."

The death penalty is off the table sans charges indicating premeditation.