That seems like a good FG, not OG, but that's what it woudl be if you're going into secondary now.
Density of wort (dissolved sugars) is measured by Specific gravity (SG). The reading of SG just before you pitch your yeast is called the Original gravity (OG). The reading of SG when your beer is completely finished fermenting is called the Final Gravity (FG).
The FG and OG are both SG, but not vice versa.
So, as long as your FG (or SG) is 1.010, and your OG was higher, you are good. Get it?
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