WASHINGTON (AP) — A man accused of a vicious beating in Washington’s Capitol Hill neighborhood has been convicted by a jury.

A D.C. Superior Court jury on Wednesday convicted Tommy Branch of beating Thomas Maslin, who was left with severe brain injuries after the Aug. 18 attack.

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Maslin was struck with a BB gun and robbed of his credit card and cell phone. Two other men, 18-year-old Sunny Kuti of southeast Washington and 19-year-old Michael Moore of Landover, Md., were also accused in connection with the attack.

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Moore pleaded guilty and testified during the trial. He said the robbery was Branch’s idea.

Branch faces a maximum of about 30 years in prison at sentencing July 2.

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