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I've seen this many times, no clue why years ago that the way it was since when your sheathing a roof you start at the bottom no the top, so there's no excuse for it.
If i had to fix it I would remove the shingles back far enough that I could cut out the plywood 24" from the face of the fashia. Once that's cut out and removed just install a new ripped piece along the whole length.
Add the Storm and Ice shield that's missing, drip cap then new paper maiking sure it's slid under the old paper, now your ready to shingle.
Make sure there's a strarter strip along the bottom row.

You do not want to try and just add a filler strip. It will just bounce when you try to nail the paper and drip cap on.
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