A Boston federal jury has found Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 21, guilty for his part in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing that killed three people killed and ripping off the limbs of dozens of others injuring a total of 264 people, according to a Reuters report.
The jury deliberated for 11 hours over two days before rendering a guilty verdict on all 30 counts.
Prosecutors said Tsarnaev and his now-dead brother, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, planted the homemade pressure-cooker bombs that tore through the crowd as a deliberate act of terrorism.
Jurors were also shown an anti-American rant scrawled in pencil on the wall of the boat where Tsarnaev hid during the manhunt and surveillance footage of Tsarnaev and his brother, planting a bomb just feet away from children.
The trial will now move into a penalty phase, where the jury will be deciding whether Tsarvaev will get the death penalty.