Tairod Pugh was found guilty on a count each of providing support to a terrorist group and obstruction of justice.
It's the first terror case brought by the Justice Department over the last two years to be decided by a jury. Pugh was detained at a Turkish airport in January 2015. According to the indictment, he was carrying Jihadist propaganda videos.
Investigators also discovered a letter to his wife on a computer admitting he wanted to join ISIS. The trial lasted a week. Deliberations took a day. Pugh will be sentenced in mid-September.
Gurnal Scott, FOX News.