10 hours? What on earth is it, an entire day's trip to Disneyland as one long recording?
I kid, I kid ...
Most CD-Rs will hold up to 800MB of data, but that's data
as opposed to CD audio, which a CD-R can take up to ~78 minutes of (it's big
). You'd probably have the most luck splitting the track across multiple discs unless you have a CD player that supports MP3 discs (it should say on the body of the device usually), which will have the data stored as actual MP3 files and thus be able to hold many times more data.
It is in theory possible to compress 10 hours of audio into a CD format for a disc ... but not without completely destroying its quality (quality of audio is directly proportional to disc space occupied usually), and even then I'm not certain that it'd all fit.
As I said, splitting it across several discs sounds like a better idea if you really want it on CD.