Doctor Conrad Murray, who treated Michael Jackson, was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter Monday by a jury in California, CNN reports.

NBCIt is said that Murray could face up to four years in prison and he has his medical license suspended. Now, November 29 is the date for sentencing and his defense team will try to negotiate the time he will have to spend behind bars.

E! Online has put out a report within the past hour with what Murray has to say for himself in an interview with NBC News’ Savannah Guthrie:

“Though he stopped short of admitting wrongdoing, he did seem to acknowledge that he had doubts about his behavior.

“I should have walked away. But if also I walked away, I would have abandoned a friend.” ”

Lots of people are saying if it wasn’t for Murray, Michael would still be alive today.

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