Man guilty of killing three-year-old boy in Lambeth

A man has been convicted of killing a three-year-old boy in south London.

The child was found at an address in Lambeth on 11 March 2013. He had suffered injuries including a head injury, fractured ribs, a lacerated liver and had internal bleeding.

Police said his injuries were "similar to those seen in falls from substantial heights or as a result of a traffic collision".

The 43-year-old killer was found guilty of manslaughter but cleared of murder.

The man, who cannot be named for legal reasons, will be sentenced at the Old Bailey on 21 February.

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