Given that there was more than $100,000,000 at issue in the Pilatus Bank money laundering case, I find the sentence calculation to be between 23.5 years and Life without Parole (there is no Parole in the US since 1987). But, if you add the Terrorism Enhancements to the calculation, for Providing material Support to a Specified Terrorist Organization, it reads 30 years to Life in Prison, and I am not even counting the other possible charges which have been thrown around of late in the media.
Additionally, there may be additional enhancements for Muscat:
(1) Being an organizer or leader of the criminal activity.
(2) A manager or supervisor over five or more participants.
(3) Employed sophisticated money laundering techniques.
(4) Employed or accessed special skills.
I cannot even cover the tangential enhancement issues, such as use of violence, explosives, where a homicide occurs, whether the crimes constitute Racketeering (RICO), and whether violations of United Nations and United States sanctions are also factors for enhancement. Perhaps Mr. Muscat might want to consider retaining a qualified professional with the appropriate level of experience regarding the US Sentencing Guidelines, as I believe he's gong to need to consult expert advice and counsel, sooner rather than later.