worst case scenario, you'll have bottle bombs. (They'll overcarbonate to the point of exploding)
Not sure what to do, unless you want to put it back into the fermenter, let it ferment out again, and re-prime and re-bottle. May be a way to crack the cap to vent pressure after so-many days, and then let them re-carbonate. Would be imprecise though.
Brewing Since July 2012 Extract, and All-grain BIAB
Primary 1: BM Centennial Blonde (again :) )
Primary 2: Raging Irish Red
Secondary 1: Skeeter Pee
Secondary 2: Air
Bottled/Kegged: Apfelwein, Two Hearted Clone, Graff