US music producer Phil Spector has been convicted of murdering actress Lana Clarkson, after a five-month retrial.
The 68-year-old, famous for the "Wall of Sound" recording technique, faces between 18 years and life in prison.
He had pleaded not guilty to the second degree murder of 40-year-old Ms Clarkson, who was shot in the mouth at Spector's home in Los Angeles.
Spector was remanded in custody until sentencing on 29 May. His lawyer has said he intends to appeal.
Spector worked with some of the biggest names in the pop and rock business, including The Beatles and Ike and Tina Turner.
He produced hits including You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' by the Righteous Brothers and the Ronettes' Be My Baby.
But for all his musical genius, Spector had a dark side.
He was often described as being a bully in the studio, a man with a liking for guns and an eccentric personality.
During the five-month retrial, five female acquaintances testified that Spector had threatened them at gunpoint in incidents dating back to the 1970s.
Mr Weinberg [his lawyer] had argued that the evidence from the women should not have been admitted.
The defence said Ms Clarkson's death was a suicide and appealed to jurors not to judge the star on his eccentric appearance.
Spector himself opted not to give evidence.