Elizabeth Holmes was found guilty of 4 out of 11 fraud charges.

Holmes was the former CEO and founder of the failed blood-testing startup Theranos.

Holmes founded Theranos in 2003 when she was only 19 years old.

Its goal was to discover diseases through quick finger pricks instead of inconvenient blood draws.

Holmes was found guilty of two counts of wire fraud.

She was also found guilty of two counts to commit wire fraud.

She was found not guilty in four charges related to patients and lying in paid advertisements.

The jury was unable to reach a verdict on three counts related to defrauding individual investors.

Holmes can face a maximum of 20 years for each count, as well as restitution for each charge.