A Staten Island mother was convicted of causing the death of her 14-month-old daughter, who overdosed from opioids in 2017.

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Leila Wade, 39, pleaded guilty to manslaughter in Staten Island Supreme Court for the death of 14-month-old daughter Bianca Abdul, Staten Island District Attorney Michael McMahon said on Tuesday.

Little Bianca died after Wade left her pain pills unattended, authorities said.

“This defendant’s reckless actions led to the death of her 14-month-old daughter,” McMahon said in a statement.

“This heartbreaking case highlights the impact that the drug epidemic can have on our most innocent of victims on Staten Island.”

Bianca was found unresponsive by police at 8:05 a.m. March 20, 2017, at the family’s home on Moreland Street, according to authorities.

Paramedics rushed her to Staten Island University Hospital’s North Campus, where she was pronounced dead.

Joseph Abdul, the estranged father of Bianca, told The Post that the baby died from ingesting her mom’s morphine and diazepam.