He was found not guilty of capital murder but guilty of the lesser included offense of reckless injury to a child using a deadly weapon.
SEGUIN — Michael League was acquitted of capital murder Tuesday night in the death of a 27-day-old baby, but he was found guilty of reckless injury to a child using a deadly weapon.
The trial's penalty phase begins this morning.
Testimony began June 28, more than three years after League, 34, was indicted in the death of Kyndra Billig, the infant daughter of his girlfriend, Lisa Billig.
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