After four and a half days of deliberation, the jury in the Harvey Weinstein trial found the disgraced movie producer guilty of third-degree rape and a criminal sexual act, two of the five counts he faced in the landmark trial.

Weinstein faces a maximum of 25 years in prison on the charge of sexually assaulting Miriam Haley in July of 2006. The third-degree rape charges comes from his assault of Jessica Mann, an aspiring actor and hairdresser, in March of 2013.

The jury found him not guilty of the two most serious charges of predatory sexual assault, which carried a potential sentence of 10 years to life in prison. The jury also found Weinstein not guilty of first-degree rape of Mann, indicating they believed that he raped her but that he did not use “forcible compulsion” to do so. The verdict also indicates that the jury did not believe, beyond a reasonable doubt, that he had raped and assaulted actress Annabella Sciorra in the early 1990s.

Weinstein looked stone-faced in court as the verdict was read, and was then handcuffed by bailiffs and escorted out of the court to jail.

Weinstein is due to be sentenced on March 11.