LOS ANGELES (AP) — The California medical board has suspended the license of a doctor accused of giving his daughter hundreds of at-home doses of the powerful anesthetic that killed Michael Jackson.In an order filed Thursday, California Medical Board officials said Dr. Robert Markman of Northridge, a retired anesthesiologist, is barred from practicing medicine pending a full administrative determination from the state's licensing agency.The order says Markman administered the drug propofol about 500 times in five years to his daughter in a "filthy" home.Markman gave his daughter the drug for an unspecified genital pain that she'd unsuccessfully sought help for from major hospitals around the country.An attorney for Markman, Mitchell Green, told the Los Angeles Times that the daughter had suffered excruciating pain for 17 years before her father began administering the treatments.