Wednesday, a McLennan County grand jury indicted 48 more bikers for their alleged roles last May's Waco massacre.

The biker brawl and shootout that left nine people dead and nearly two dozen wounded happened outside the Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco.

Police and prosecutors have stated a turf war between the Bandidos and Cossacks Motorcycle Clubs is what precipitated the all-out war outside the Waco restaurant.

According to court records obtained by the Associated Press, Wednesday’s indictment brings the total number of bikers facing charges up to 154.

Each of the accused is alleged to have engaged in organized criminal activity to commit murder and assault, a crime that carries a 15-year prison sentence if convicted.

Note: Corrections to the number of bikers facing charges were made to this story.