Well, there's only a few factors that affect carbonation.
1) Yeast, what kind was it and how long did this beer sit in the secondary? Did you cold crash it before bottling or use any finings?
2) Priming sugar, what did you use and how much...is this your first time bottling or a one time problem?
Sometimes with high abv beers, the yeast can crap out early once fermentation is complete and not be up for the job of carbonating your beer. If there is not enough priming sugar, carbonation will be lacking. If the beer sat in the secondary for an extended period of time, there might not be enough yeast up for the job.
Only thing I can see trying at this point would be first to take the bottles out, gently roll them to mix up the yeast and sugar if there is any left and set them in a slightly warmer environment for a few more weeks.
Other than that I have heard of others adding a little dry yeast and sugar to each bottle and then recaping, never done it. But I'm sure others will chime in.