There is no ready-to-use conversion. But before trying to compile you should check if the source can be build for Windows. That should be stated somewhere in the documentation.
If it is a rather simple project, just create a new console or DLL project (depends on the type of the source), add the existing source and header files to that, and (for console projects) move the code from the Linux source
function to the VS generated main source file. Because Linux uses UTF-8, you need to create an ANSI build instead of a Unicode build. To convert the project to Unicode, all string literals have to be prefixed and all function calls accepting
char* strings has to be replaced by the Unicode or TCHAR version.
Alternatively (and for more complex projects) install the Windows versions of the required Linux tools and use that for building (e.g. using Cygwin