KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) — A taxi driver in Jamaica has been found guilty of killing the daughter of a Trinidad & Tobago Cabinet minister.

Michelle Coudray-Greaves was reported missing in June in the northern Jamaican city of Montego Bay, where she was a high school teacher. Her badly burned body was discovered in a cane field and an autopsy found she was killed by blows from a blunt object.

Jamaican police charged taxi driver Ivan Taylor with her slaying. On Thursday, a jury found Taylor guilty of the crime. The trial lasted for just over two weeks. He is due to be sentenced in July.

The 39-year-old victim was the eldest daughter of Marlene Coudray, a senator who is also Trinidad's minister of gender, youth and child development. She was the prosecution's first witness.