It could be due to a couple of things. First, 2 weeks is a darn short primary for a lager so maybe it wasn't enough time for the yeast to reduce the diacetyl. Also, your bottling procedure is a bit suspect. Diacetyl can be caused by an infection, so there's the possibility that your stored wort was infected. Or maybe the diacetyl is due to the fermentation of the wort that you used for bottling.