Dharun Ravi on Friday was found guilty of bullying Tyler Clementi, tampering with evidence and invading the Rutgers University freshman's privacy, the Star-Ledger reported.

Eighteen-year-old Clementi jumped off the George Washington Bridge to his death in the fall of 2010 after learning that Ravi, his roommate, had secretly streamed live video of him having sex with another man onto the Internet.

The jury found Ravi guilty on 15 counts of bias intimidation, invasion of privacy and tampering with evidence, among others. Ravi, 20, was not charged with Clementi's death.

Ravi faces up to 10 years in prison because the charges are being identified as a hate crime.

He was also found guilty of attempting to deceive prosecutors by destroying evidence of his participation, including a Twitter feed in which he allegedly twice invited followers to watch his roommate's sexual encounters on the Internet.

A day after Ravi's tweets, Clementi, a gifted violinist, wrote on his Facebook page, “Jumping off the gw bridge sorry.”

Ravi is expected to be sentenced on May 21 and faces the possibility of deportation to his native India.