The leader of the Islamic faith in Samoa, Mohammed La'ulu Daniel Stanley, has been found guilty of two charges of carnal knowledge.
But a panel of assessors found the 60-year-old defendant not guilty of the other two counts of rape.
The police charged the religious leader after an incident between the defendant and a girl under 12 years old .
Mohammed La'ulu as well is a well-known accountant and auditor who operates his own accounting firm.
The Supreme Court will deliver a sentence later next month.
The maximum penalty for carnal knowledge in Samoa is seven years in jail.