The trial of former Penn State University football coordinator Jerry Sandusky has ended after nine days with him being convicted on 45 counts of sexual abuse, according to CBS Sports.
Jurors deliberated for nearly two days. Sandusky had faced 48 counts of abuse against 10 male victims; 26 of said counts were felonies.
Sandusky's bail has been revoked. He will remain in jail until his sentencing, scheduled in 90 days.
Sandusky was accused of sexually abusing 10 boys over a 15-year period, using The Second Mile, his charity for at-risk youth, as a source of victims. His adopted son, Matt Sandusky, had met Sandusky through the organization before also accusing his adopted father of sexual abuse recently.