LIMA, Ohio (AP) _ A man was convicted Tuesday in a firebombing by drug dealers that killed a woman and her four children.

Samuel Williams, 24, was found guilty of complicity to commit aggravated murder and arson and could get the death penalty at sentencing next week.

Prosecutors said Williams wanted to retrieve two pounds of stolen cocaine and came up with a scheme to force the suspected thief out of his home.

Instead, the fire last March spread quickly, trapping the man's 33-year-old fiancee and her four children, ages 13 to 17. The man Williams suspected of stealing the drugs escaped by leaping from a second-story window.

Eight others previously were convicted in the deaths, and five testified against Williams, including the man who hurled the firebombs.

Prosecutors said the men were all drug dealers and Williams was their supplier.

Williams maintained he had nothing to do with the fire.