A jury convicted a doctor Friday of reckless manslaughter in the 1996 death of his 5-month-old daughter, who prosecutors said died because she was shaken violently.

The jury deliberated for more than two days before convicting Dr. Malcolm Scoon, a 40-year-old anesthesiologist. He faces up to 15 years in prison at sentencing on April 24.The six-week trial featured complicated and frequently contradictory testimony from more than 30 medical experts on whether Mariah Scoon died naturally or from injuries caused by her father.