HOULTON, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- A jury has found Thayne Ormsby criminally responsible on all counts in the deaths of two men and a boy in the town of Amity in 2010.
Ormsby was convicted last week of three counts of murder.
He used an insanity defense, and the second phase of his trial was about his mental state at the time of the killings.
A psychologist testified that Ormsby had a number of mental health problems and was out of touch with reality.
Ormsby, who's 23, confessed to killing 55-year-old Jeffrey Ryan, Ryan's 10-year-old son, Jesse, and a family friend, 30-year-old Jason Dehahn, at Ryan's home in Amity.
Had the jury found him not criminally responsible, Ormsby could have been sentenced to a psychiatric hospital. He now faces a prison sentence of 25 years to life.
The Associated Press contributed to this story.