Two men accused of plotting explosions at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport in 2007 were found guilty Monday.
Russell Defreitas was found guilty on all six counts: conspiracy to attack a public transportation system, conspiracy to destroy a building or other real property by fire or explosive, conspiracy to attack aircraft and aircraft materials, conspiracy to destroy or damage international airport facilities, conspiracy to attack a mass transportation facility and surveillance of a mass transportation facility.
Abdul Kadir was found guilty on five of the counts, but not guilty on the count of surveillance of mass transportation facility.
Defreitas and Kadir were accused of conspiring to blow up JFK's jet-fuel supply tanks and pipeline in 2007.
Defreitas is a United States citizen and former JFK cargo worker. Kadir is a citizen of Guyana who has served as a member of Parliament there.
- CNN's Hussein Saddique contributed to this report.