You could add a 4 min tabata workout at the end of 3 of your workouts, you could cut some of the last few accessory lifts and do 10 min of hiit cardio (can be anything, prowler for example). Or, you can keep the same accessory movement, but instead of x sets of y, do 1 set of y to max reps to free up some time.
Or, simply cut calories the old fashioned way.
Basically, you need to either burn more calories than you do now, or eat less calories. I'm a fan of burning more personally as I love to eat and feel my body needs it to recover.
If you cut calories, then cut the carbs and fat over protein.
If you don't know tabata, then it is basically this:
20 sec max effort, 10 sec off, 20 sec max, 10 sec off for 4 minutes total. The key is your heartrate needs to be above 190 the whole time, which is fucking hard. They say that if you don' fall over after 4 minutes than you didn't do it right. And, countless studies show that 4 min of tabata = 20 min of hiit = 60 min of steady state cardio.