Roeder was also found guilty on two counts of aggravated assault for pointing his gun at church ushers.
The Kansas City Star reports on what's next:
Sedgwick County District Judge Warren Wilbert set Roeder's sentencing for March 9. Roeder faces a maximum sentence of life in prison with a chance of parole after 25 years.
Tiller's Wichita clinic, which was known for being one of the few that offered late-term abortions, was a target of anti-abortion groups for years. He was shot and wounded in 1993 and his clinic bombed in the mid 1980s.
Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline also pursued Tiller with single-minded intensity for years, never succeeding in finding him guilty of a crime.
Tiller was the eighth person killed in attacks on abortion providers since 1993.
TPMmuckraker's full coverage of Roeder, his views and background, is here.