Former Goldman Sachs managing director Roger Ng was found guilty Friday of conspiring to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and commit money laundering, nearly 16 hours after jurors began deliberating in Brooklyn federal court.

Ng, a Malaysian citizen who was extradited to the United States before his trial was delayed nearly two years due to the pandemic, was accused of playing a crucial role in siphoning money from bond deals associated with the Malaysian sovereign wealth fund 1MDB. Prosecutors said the money was intended for roads and power grid improvements in Malaysia but was instead used to bribe officials in Malaysia and Abu Dhabi and to pay a $35 million kickback to Ng personally.