Manslaughter Conviction in Deadly TapouT Crash

12/8/2010 7:55 PM PST
The man accused of causing the gruesome Ferrari crash that killed the owner of the TapouT MMA clothing line was just found guilty of manslaughter -- and now faces 13 years behind bars.

53-year-old Jeffrey David Kirby was convicted today of gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated -- a felony -- for causing the high speed crash that killed TapouT founder Charles "Mask" Lewis back in March 2009.

As we first reported, Lewis' $300,000 Ferrari was ripped in half after it careened off an Orange County road -- hitting a light pole, and killing him nearly instantly.

Kirby faces a maximum of 13 years in prison. His sentencing is scheduled for February next year.