McKINNEY, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – A former employee at a McKinney child care operation was found guilty of injury to a child and sentenced to ten years in prison.

Jessica Wiese, 44, who was arrested in December 2018, worked at Joyous Montessori, which was then put under state review.

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Her guilty verdict and prison sentence is for one count of injury to a child.  She is charged with seven other counts.

Jessica Joy Wiese, 44, was arrested and booked into the Collin County Jail for Injury to a Child. (photo credit: McKinney Police Dept.)

The incidents included a 7-month-old with a broken arm and video of Wiese hitting an infant repeatedly in the head.

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Wiese was arrested after video from inside the school recorded her slamming a 5-month-old baby onto a table.

There’s also video of the infant room worker grabbing a 2-month-old by his legs and shaking him up and down and Wiese forcefully slamming a toddler into a table.

Wiese was a registered nurse who lost her license due to drug abuse.

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At 2-months-old, Kairo Grant was one of the victims. His family said he suffered numerous broken bones.