PANTYAC, Michigan (AP) – A 15-year-old boy accused of killing four students at a Michigan school will remain in an adult prison awaiting trial.

The judge rejected the request to transfer him to a remand prison. Judge Kwame Rowe says Ethan Crumble’s “basic needs” are being met in Auckland County Jail, and he is being kept separate from adult inmates.

The Kremlin is accused of murder and other crimes as a result of the mass shooting Oxford High School November 30th. His lawyers said they would continue to defend against insanity.

His parents charged with involuntary manslaughter. Authorities say James and Jennifer Crumbley were unable to retrieve the family gun and ignored signs of their son’s mental illness.

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