(KCEN) -- One witness is calling the severe beating of a toddler in Dallas torture.
But the child wasn't just beat.
The girl's mother is also accused of super gluing the child's hands to a wall.
Now she waits to be sentenced.
Jocelynn Cedillo was two years old when police say her own mother, Elizabeth Escalano, severely beat her over a potty training incident.
As a result Jocelynn suffered a swollen brain, bruises from head to toe, bite marks and evidence that she had been kicked in her genital area.
There were also pictures of the little girl's hands after police say Escalano super glued them to a wall.
A doctor testified that the abuse fits the criteria for torture.
Dr. Amy Barton of Children's Medical Center said, "This is one of the worst cases we've seen, especially for a child to survive it. When I think about the time frame that would have been required to glue her to the wall, inflict injury to almost every planar, flat surface of her body, pull her hair out, belly injuries, head injures, when I think about the time involved in that and what that scene must have looked like, it's overwhelming."
Escalano's mother rushed the girl to the hospital the day of incident.
On the stand, she testified her daughter was not herself that September day saying she seemed like she was possessed.
Prosecutors are now asking a judge to lock 23-year-old Elizabeth Escalano away for 45 years.