The military judge sitting in the trial of Wikileaks defendant Army private Bradley Manning said she expects to announce the verdict in his case on Tuesday.

Manning, who was 22 when he was arrested three years ago for leaking hundreds of thousands of military and classified documents to the Wikileaks website, faces a possible life sentence should he be convicted on charges of aiding the enemy, according to the Associated Press.

Manning also faces 20 other charges, including espionage, computer fraud and theft.