After 14 full days of deliberation in the Kwame Kilpatrick federal corruption trial, the jury announced verdicts Monday morning.

Kilpatrick has been found guilty of the most serious charge of racketeering. Bobby Ferguson also was found guilty of racketeering. No verdict was reached on Bernard Kilpatrick for racketeering.

Kwame Kilpatrick and Ferguson could face up to 20 years in prison for the racketeering conviction.

View: U.S. Attorney's Office corruption tally
View: U.S. Attorney's Office release on verdicts

Kwame Kilpatrick and Ferguson also were found guilty of extortion.

"Not at this time. I don't have any comment," Kwame Kilpatrick said to reporters while walking out of court.

Breaking with typical protocol, the verdict was not read by the jury foreperson. Instead, Judge Nancy Edmunds read the verdicts herself. The jury's foreperson was Juror No. 1, a white woman.

The panel of eight women and four men deliberated for close to 100 hours before finally reaching their decisions. The verdict was reached on Friday. The jury decided to go home and sleep on it over the weekend to see if anyone would change his or her mind by Monday morning.

The prosecution wants Kwame Kilpatrick and Ferguson in custody immediately. The judge will decide that during a 1:30 p.m. meeting. The prosecution believes they are flight risks.

Bernard Kilpatrick said the jury got it wrong and that he felt terrible about the verdicts.

Watch: Bernard Kilpatrick's reaction

Raymond Cheeks, a Kilpatrick family member, said his family had no comment as he met reporters outside Kwame Kilpatrick's mother's Detroit home.

"You can stand out here all day ... we have no comment," he said.

Breakdown by counts:

The jury reached a unanimous decision on 40 of 45 counts. Kwame Kilpatrick faced 30 counts. He was found guilty on 24 counts. There was no consensus on three counts and he was found not guilty on three counts.

Bobby Ferguson faced 11 counts and was found guilty of 9 counts, no consensus on 1 count and not guilty on 1 count.

Bernard Kilpatrick faced four counts and was found guilty on the sole count of subscribing to a false tax return in 2005 -- Count 38. He was found not guilty on two counts: attempted extortion and a tax charge.

Count 1: Racketeering Conspiracy

Kwame Kilpatrick -- guilty
Bobby Ferguson -- guilty
Bernard Kilpatrick -- no verdict

Count 2: Extortion -- Sewer Lining Contract

Kwame Kilpatrick -- guilty
Bobby Ferguson -- guilty

Count 3: Extortion -- Amendment to Sewer Lining Contract

Kwame Kilpatrick -- guilty
Bobby Ferguson -- guilty

Count 4: Extortion -- Baby Creek/Patton Park

Kwame Kilpatrick -- guilty
Bobby Ferguson -- guilty