Within my arduino project I have began to run out of GND ports on my arduino so I am having to resort to using 1 GND port for lots of electric components. I have 2 LEDs that are each connected to a digital pin and then go down to ground and for the servo it has a 5V pin connected into the breadboard and then has a pin that connects the 5V from the breadboard into the servo. In addition to these, the servo also has a GND pin and a PWN pin. (for all of this I am using an arduino mega and a breadboard that looks like this for the LEDs and the servos).
I don't think this breadboard is efficient for doing this. How I have wired it is like this (sorry if it is not the best attempt, I tried my best):
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when the digital pins that are controlling the LEDs have been turned off the LEDs seem to still be on (which is what should no be happening). When the digital pins are turned off the LEDs themselves should turn off.
Here is my attempt of the schematic: