Federal agents searched the offices of the Prince George’s County liquor board Jan. 5 (Arelis R. Hernández/The Washington Post)

A Seat Pleasant liquor store owner pleaded guilty Thursday to bribing two state delegates in connection with Sunday liquor sales in Prince George’s County.

Authorities said Young Jung Paig, 61, paid then-Dels. William A. Campos (D-Prince George’s) and Michael E. Vaughn (D-Prince George’s) in 2015 and 2016.

Paig paid Campos to help ensure passage of a bill to allow Sunday sales, according to court papers. He paid Vaughn in an effort to limit the number of additional Sunday permits that would be authorized — and the competition his store would face.

Campos, who left the legislature in late 2015, pleaded guilty to accepting bribes in January. Vaughn resigned from the legislature in January and was indicted in March.

Paig faces up to 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine. He must pay restitution of at least $175,000 – and forfeit all property obtained, directly or indirectly, from the offense. Sentencing is scheduled for July 26.