ADHD spouse is an emotionally distant parent

I've been married to my ADHD spouse for about 15 years. I definitely have my own individual frustrations as a spouse but this is about my husband as a dad. We have a 10 year old daughter, and he is definitely present in terms of things like taking her to lessons after school, making dinner, helping with homework, etc. So I don't want to give the impression that he is totally checked out. But it feels like, as she gets older and develops her own personality and interests, he is simply bored and/or annoyed by her, unless they are doing something he likes. They spend time together doing HIS things - watching movies he likes, listening to music he likes, playing the sports he likes. She cannot share her interests with him. He will not spend time on her interests, and even subtly expresses that they are frivolous. This absolutely crushes me, and despite conversations, it's not getting better. Any time I convince him to do something like play a board game with us, he looks like he's in pain. We even went to Disney World without him, because he wasn't interested. I just don't know what to do. He seems to think that grudgingly spending time with us before going back to playing on his phone is enough.  I don't want her to learn that this is what men are like. I need help.