SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A jury convicted Angela Phakhin of the first-degree murder of her three-year-old daughter Maiya Wednesday.

Phakhin was also found guilty under “a theory of premeditated and deliberate murder and felony murder torture.”

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According to court documents, Phakhin came to California with her daughter and fiancé, Untwan Smith, in February 2016. The couple then exposed the three-year-old to extreme summer temperatures and left Maiya in the car one day for four and a half hours.

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On the second day, Maiya was left in the car for nine and a half hours, which led to her death.

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Court documents revealed Phakhin had been warned multiple times to protect her daughter and was advised to take her to a cooling shelter, but she did not accept the offers.

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After Maiya’s death, her mother told law enforcement she and Smith were trying to remove lustful demons from Maiya.

Smith is pending trial on the same charges.

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Phakhin faces a maximum sentence of 25 years in prison. She is set to be sentenced on July 19.