You should get a toner with a bluish base color as this will essentially cancel out any reddish or brassy tones left behind. When blue is united with orange, the outcome is a neutralized brown color. You can find more from this link http://styles101.homestead.com/haircolor3.html.
Get a toner with ash or violet tones; that will help to rid the orange. Another option would be to go lighter. It sounds as if the developer used was not strong enough. But be careful. Over processing can damage your hair. If you're strapped for money, try going to a local beauty school for a service. The students are under instructor guidance and the chance of damage are less than your trying to fix it yourself.
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Last edited at 11:25PM on 1/23/2013
you can put a light ash over the orange it should get most of it out if not go and get a violet or blue base toner with some developer and put that though the parts that are orange if that doesn't work try to go to your locale beauty hair salon and ask for advice or to fix your hair it may need to be bleached again or died darker