Yes, your husband can petition for you using USCIS Form I-130.
However you will also need to file a 601 waiver petitioning US immigration authorities to allow you to reside in the US -- since the unlawful presence for the time you were here in the US without valid legal status makes you deportable and inadmissible for re-entry to the US for possibly up to 10 years.
A 601 waiver is a request that states that you should be allowed into the US based on extreme hardship that would be caused to your US citizenship spouse if you are not allowed to return. Extreme hardship includes things such as financial hardship, and strain on familial relationships.
This is a link to the I-130:
This is a link to the 601 waiver:
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