A military court in Amman found 39-year-old Maarik Al-Tawaiha guilty of shooting the trainers.
The trial judge said an investigation had not revealed any ties between the soldier and terror groups.
The film was banned in Lebanon and pulled from a film festival in Algeria. Its theatrical release was also suspended in Tunisia.
The three Americans were killed when a guard opened fire with an M-16 rifle.
Jordanian commentators, including the military's former deputy chief of staff, rejected notions that the U.S., Jordan and allies were invading Syria by land.
Syrian and Iranian concerns regarding the U.S. and Jordan's nearby military drills were heightened when U.S. troops were seen with rebels in Syria.
In 2017, Kuwait and Bahrain carried out their first state-sanctioned killings in several years.
The Jordanian government warned of "catastrophic" consequences if Trump follows through with campaign pledge.
A campaign in Jordan against a gas deal with Israel underlines the challenges in building ties.
Protesters demanded the government’s resignation over the failure to protect Nahed Hattar.
Rebels suggested that Russian jets carried out the attack, which also injured at least 40.
An explosive-laden car drove into Jordan from Syria and blew up.
A state official told national media one man had been apprehended near the scene of the crime.
The attack on a security office in the Baqaa refugee camp left two more security personnel dead.
More than 635,000 Syrian refugees are registered in Jordan.
The number of refugees at Syria's northeastern border with Jordan jumped from 4,000 to 12,000 in recent weeks.
The project will supply drinking water to Israelis, Jordanians and Palestinians.
7Hills helped turn local kids into burgeoning skateboarders.
Amman's community skatepark has become a hub for street artists and performers of all kids.
Jordan’s health care system is struggling to provide for Syrian refugees.
Refugees displaced by Syria's ongoing civil war are trying to build new lives in Jordan.