(CNN) - A California appellate court rejected Conrad Murray's appeal of his involuntary manslaughter conviction in Michael Jackson's 2009 death.
In its ruling Wednesday, the court said there was plenty of evidence of Murray's guilt presented during his 2011 trial.
After the six week trial, Murray was convicted of administering a lethal dose of the surgical anesthetic propofol.
Murray's medical license was also suspended.
His lawyers say they'll likely appeal Wednesday's decision to the California Supreme Court and request the appeals court to review the decision.
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