I got the exact same LSAT score, and I'm really kicking myself for not retaking the test because it seems like a few points here or there really makes a difference. I got into quite a bunch of schools (GW, Fordham, BU, BC, Emory, Cardozo ($$$), Brooklyn ($$$) & St. John's (full scholarship)). However, it seems that I just missed the top 14 by the skin of my teeth (WLed at Columbia, on hold at Cornell, still haven't heard from NYU or Duke when both applications were complete in late Nov./early Dec.). I think a lot of it depends on your GPA - if you had a sub 3.0 I doubt you'll get into the top 14 regardless of your LSAT. Unfortunately for me, it doesn't work the other way around.
Personally, I think if you really think you deserve to go to a better school, then you should transfer. That way you don't lose aother year of your life. I will most likely be reapplying to NYU and Columbia next year, mostly because my long term gf is in grad school in NYC. I mean, at the same time, you want to pick a school where you can be happy and logistically might want to stay (I don't know if that's GW or Fordham for me quite yet).
I think you should choose between Cardozo and American. I went to the Cardozo ASD, and the school seems pretty nice - much better than I anticipated - and the reputation and job prospects are steadily improving. American is also a good choice - I'm really drawn by the whole "Washington DC is where the laws are formed" rhetoric. It depends on what you want though. Cardozo, despite their refusal to admit this at the open house, will tie you down to NYC (they said that they have name recognition in California, which I find hard to believe). That said, I live in New York and it is a great city, if you can stand the intense crowds. I'm not so sure about the national prospects of American, but I'm in New York and I've heard of it and there really isn't any state-spcific slant at DC schools.
Ultimately, you'll make the choice depnding on what you want.