ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) — A western New York man has been convicted for his role in the death of a pedestrian who was hit by a car racing another vehicle on a city street.

The Monroe County District Attorney’s Office says 40-year-old Jose Vasquez was found guilty earlier this week on charges that included manslaughter as an accomplice and driving with a suspended license.

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Prosecutors say he and his friend, Jose Surrino, were racing each other on Lake Avenue in Rochester early on the morning of Sept. 3, 2016, when Surrino fatally struck a woman crossing the street.

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Police say the two men were driving between 64 mph and 100 mph in a 35 mph zone.

Vazquez faces five to 15 years in state prison when he’s sentenced June 15.

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Surrino goes to trial in May.