Once you have clean up the site, you may also want to consider adding a 401 type security to your site. I had a lot of login attempts by unknown sources and I added the 401 to wp-admin section. Since then, I had very few direct login attempts (401 is not 100% bullet proof either). I wrote about how to add a 401 restriction here; http://sanuja.com/blog/protect-and-secure-wordpress-admin
1. Let your host load a working backup of all your sites
2. Install a plugin like wordfence security and php inj. correct
These two saved my life!
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