A Federal Grand Jury indicted the man accused in a deadly attack on a Pittsburgh Synagogue.
Robert Bowers was indicted on 44 additional counts.
He already faces 29-charges, including counts of hate crimes, potentially punishable by death.
Bowers is accused of opening fire on the Tree of Life Synagogue last Saturday.
Eleven worshippers were killed.
His next court date is this Thursday.
The U.S. Attorney in Pittsburgh has started the process of seeking the death penalty.