FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami/AP) — A South Florida doctor is looking at up to 350 years in prison for his part in a pill mill operation.

A Broward County jury convicted Dr. Thomas Rodenberg, 54, on all 14 charges, including racketeering, trafficking in the painkiller oxycodone, conspiracy and illegal delivery of controlled substances.

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Rodenberg was one of 11 people arrested in 2012 as part of a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration-led investigation into the Pompano Beach Medical pain clinic. Undercover officers posed as patients during a three-year probe, obtaining numerous prescriptions for controlled substances although there was no medical need.

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Authorities say the 55 prescriptions for undercover officers included nearly 3,000 units of oxycodone.

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