Llevar can be used with a past participle as a phrasal verb and the construct vaguely translates into something like to have been:
Lleva cerrado esa tienda desde 1990.
That store has been closed since 1990.
While researching more on this verb, I came across the following construct on a Spanish grammar website:
Llevo ganados nueve premios.
I have, so far, won nine awards.
In the above example, my question is, why must ganar agree with premios in number and gender? Ganado is not qualifying premio in any way, is it? Similarly, I came across the following in a WordReference forum:
Llevo juzgados unos 13 homicidios.
Again, I fail to see why juzgar should inflect with homicidios in this example. Can anyone please explain?