Prosecutors said Aldorasi and others took bone and tissue without family permission and sold the pieces to medical companies for use in transplants and other medical procedures.
Aldorasi chose to have a judge hear his case instead of a jury. He could have faced up to 60 years in prison.
The scheme's ringleader, Michael Mastromarino, 44, pleaded guilty earlier this year and admitted that he didn't get consent for any of the hundreds of bodies he plundered.
Mastromarino, who publicly apologized for his crimes last week, will be sentenced June 27. He faces a maximum of 54 years in prison.
At Aldorasi's trial, Cooke's daughter testified that she had never spoken to him or to Mastromarino about harvesting her father's body.
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