ARRESTED WITH Kermit Gosnell were nine of his employees, including his wife, Pearl Gosnell. Eileen O'Neill, who was tried with the abortion doctor, is the only defendant who did not plead guilty before the trial.

O'Neill, 56, of Phoenixville, was convicted of conspiracy charges and two counts of theft by deception. The medical-school graduate worked at the clinic as a doctor despite lacking a license. She is out on bail and will be sentenced July 15.

Tina Baldwin, 47, of Philadelphia, pleaded guilty in November 2011 to racketeering, conspiracy and corruption of a minor. The unlicensed clinic worker gave patients anesthesia and allowed her 15-year-old daughter to work at the clinic treating patients. She testified for the prosecution.

Pearl Gosnell, 52, of Philadelphia, pleaded guilty in December 2011 to performing abortions after the 24th week of gestation and two counts of conspiracy.

Elizabeth Hampton, 55, of Philadelphia, a sister-in-law of Kermit Gosnell, pleaded guilty in October 2011 to perjury. Hampton, who answered phones at the clinic, testified for the prosecution.

Madeline Joe, 55, of Philadelphia, pleaded guilty in January to conspiracy. She was the clinic's office manager.

Steven Massof, 50, of Pittsburgh, pleaded guilty in November 2011 to two counts of third-degree murder and related counts. The unlicensed doctor cut the necks of two viable babies. He testified for the prosecution.

Adrienne Moton, 35, of Upper Darby, pleaded guilty in October 2011 to third-degree murder and racketeering. An unlicensed worker who cut the neck of a viable baby, she testified for the prosecution.

Sherry West, 53, of Bear, Del., pleaded guilty in November 2011 to third-degree murder related to the death of a patient, and related counts. The unlicensed worker routinely performed illegal abortions. She testified for the prosecution.

Lynda Williams, 44, of Wilmington, Del., pleaded guilty in November 2011 to the third-degree murder of a patient and to related counts. Williams, who was unlicensed, helped with abortions and gave patients anesthesia. She testified for the prosecution.

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