Most of the undocumented New Yorkers rounded up by the feds after cops checked their fingerprints against immigration databases were not charged with or convicted of a serious crime, new data show..."Eleven New Yorkers is 11 too many who have fallen victim to this misguided and unjust federal immigration enforcement program," said Udi Ofer, the New York Civil Liberties Union's advocacy director. The NYCLU analyzed data from the counties that were up and running by the end of March, at which point ICE had used the program to nab 139 immigrants. The data show 125 were not charged with or convicted of a serious felony.