On Wednesday, a Cleveland judge ordered alleged serial killer and convicted rapist Andrew Sowell, 50, to be held without bail, after 10 decomposed bodies and one skull were found his home earlier this week, ABC News reports. Cleveland police found six female bodies in Sowell’s home on Saturday, and four bodies and a skull in a bucket were found in his backyard on Tuesday. Police have begun searching nearby abandoned homes and the walls of Sowell’s three-story house for more bodies. A prosecutor called Sowell an "incredibly dangerous threat to the public” during Wednesday’s court appearance, during which Sowell spoke only once to say that he could not afford an attorney. Public defender Kathleen DeMetz told ABC News that Sowell, a Cleveland native, takes medication for heart problems and has been receiving unemployment benefits for the last two years.