The leader of a Muslim rebel group in Uganda will be held for 14 months at the Luzira high security prison in the country's capital, Kampala, after being formally charged with treason and murder, Uganda's private Daily Monitor newspaper reports.
Jamil Mukulu was arrested in Tanzania last year after eluding capture for more than a decade.
Mr Mukulu is alleged to be the head of the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF), a rebel group operating between eastern Democratic Republic of Congo and Uganda since the 1990s.
The Ugandan government has accused his group of being behind the killings of Muslim clerics in 2014.
It also accuses the ADF of planning to topple the government.
Mr Mukulu is alleged to be affiliated to international terror groups and was put on the UN's sanction list in 2011 for destabilisng DR Congo.