MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) — A man who handled billing duties for the Viton Therapy Medical Center in Miami was been convicted in a $2.5 million health care fraud case.

Cecilio Pelaez Delgado, 51, was convicted on 10 counts of health care fraud and one conspiracy count. Each count carries a maximum 10-year prison sentence. A sentencing hearing is set for June 13.

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According to trial testimony, Pelaez Delgado and others submitted fraudulent claims for expensive infusion and injection therapies to Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida and to Cigna. About $400,000 of the $2.5 million in claims were paid out.

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Prosecutors say people suffering from HIV infections were paid bribes and kickbacks to attend the clinics.

Three other people associated with clinic were charged in the case.

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