Lee was charged with one count each of traveling to meet a minor to engage in sexual conduct, unlawful use of a two-way communications device to facilitate the commission of a felony and using a computer to facilitate or solicit the sexual conduct of a child.
Lee's argument was that the second two charges were included within the first, so for him to face the subsequent charges was double jeopardy.
According to the Florida Department of Health's licensing database, Lee's medical license was revoked last year because of the criminal charges.
During his sentencing, several of Lee's patients testified he was a trustworthy doctor. The state argued that in his emails with investigators, Lee made sexual references about young male patients.
The appeals court upheld Lee's three convictions, but called for a resentencing, claiming the trial court improperly downward departed the sentence.
Also read: Nagarwala, an emergency room doctor with the Henry Ford Health System, has been placed on leave.
She is not accused of performing any genital mutilation at the hospital, but rather at a clinic in Livonia owned by Attar.
A Detroit area physician faces federal charges for allegedly performing female genital mutilation on multiple 6- to 7-year-old girls as part of a religious and cultural practice at a medical clinic in Livonia.