Your ketone is a kind-of acetophenone, therefore not very reactive. I have done a similar reaction. Triacetoxyborohydride failed in my case completely.
The alternative is, like Dan mentioned before Dean-Stark.
Dissolve equal amounts of ketone and amine in toluene, Dean-Stark it for several hours (oil bath 150 degrees). The imine will be visible on TLC (ninhydrin). In my case it was a bit more unpolar than the ketone. Since there is an equilibrium, you will not get full consumption of ketone. Evaporate the mixture, redissolve in ethanol, add NaBH4 (2equiv) and stir at room temperature. You will get amine and alcohol of your starting ketone which can also be reisolated (and reoxidized). Best yield in my case was 54%.