PORTLAND, Maine (AP) -Testimony is continuing in the hearing for a Maine man seeking a new murder trial based on updated analysis of DNA evidence. Dennis Dechaine was convicted in the 1988 murder of 12-year-old Sarah Cherry. He’s serving a life sentence. A DNA expert testified Thursday that Dechaine could not be excluded as the donor of DNA found on a T-shirt and scarf belonging to Cherry. Dechaine has maintained his innocence. The hearing on his motion seeking a new trial is expected to wrap up Friday though a ruling could be months away. Cherry’s body was found in Bowdoin two days after she went missing while baby-sitting. Dechaine has a large following of supporters who are convinced of his innocence. But the victim’s family is convinced of his guilt.