Murray -- who lost his medical license as a result of the court ruling -- will be sentenced on November 29 and faces a maximum of four years in prison.
Superior Court judge Michael Pastor cited "public safety" as the reason why he has been detained until his next court appearance. He explained: "Public safety demands that he is remanded. With no bail in the interim he is to be kept in the care and custody of the Los Angeles County Sherriff's Office." Attorneys for Murray say they will appeal the verdict.