A former El Salvadoran military official who is accused of playing a role in the 1989 massacre of six Jesuit priests has been taken into custody in Massachusetts.
A spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney's office in Boston says Inocente Orlando Montano was arrested without incident on Tuesday.
Montano made a brief initial appearance in U.S. District Court and was scheduled to return for a bail hearing later in the day.
A human rights organization said earlier this month that Montano had been living in Everett.
Montano faces a charge in the U.S. of making false statements on an immigration document.
Nine ex-soldiers and officials recently turned themselves over to an El Salvador court after being indicted in connection with the killings. Montano, who was among those indicted, has denied involvement.
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