Brady Blotske, an Underwood man accused of raping his ex-girlfriend, was found guilty on all charges by a McLean County jury Friday.
McLean County State's Attorney Ladd Erickson said he spoke with the victim about the unanimous verdict.
"It gives her peace of mind, which is the most important thing," he said.
Judge John Grinsteiner, who presided over the trial, revoked the defendant's bond. Blotske is being held in the McLean County jail.
Alex Kelsch, Blotske's defense attorney, said his client is disappointed by the outcome and has not ruled out an appeal.
Blotske was charged with gross sexual imposition, felonious restraint and terrorizing in South Central District Court for the May 2015 incident.
At trial, the victim testified that Blotske tied her hands with electrical tape, raped her and threatened her with a gun.
Gross sexual imposition is a felony with a mandatory 20-year sentence plus lifetime sex offender registration. Blotske will be sentenced following a pre-sentence investigation.