as far as I understand, you are in France now or at least you were officially in France after your deportation from the Netherlands. Therefore, unfortunately, it doesn't matter any more, that the 18-month-time in Germany has been finished. If you come to Germany and make a new asylum application, Germany will make a new request to France as a responsible country to take you. And as France confirmed its responsibility taking you from the NL, they will, very probably, agree to take you from Germany too. After that there will be a new time frame for your deportation: first 6 months and, if you go illegal again, then 18 months. And if you make an appeal to the court with an urgent application against deportation, it can postpone the starting point of these 6/18 months until the date of a rejection in the court.