A jury has found homeless shelter minister Albert Salmon guilty on all four counts of felony tax evasion.

Salmon, 61, is the founder of the Good Samaritan Mission in North Charleston.

As part of his sentence, Salmon will be asked to pay for the costs of prosecuting his case. Those figures were not immediately available from the Department of Revenue, so Circuit Judge Kristi Harrington deferred sentencing until Thursday.

Salmon faces up to five years in prison on each evasion charge.

State prosecutors contend Salmon failed to report hundreds of thousands of dollars in income on his 1999-2002 tax returns from various sources, including multiple properties rented as boarding houses.