WATCH: McArthur's lawyers to spend next month going over evidence

It will be another month before alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur appears again in court, as lawyers take the time to go through a mountain of evidence collected by police.

The 66-year-old, who faces six charges of first-degree murder, appeared via video at the College Park courthouse Wednesday morning in an orange jumpsuit.

The prosecutor told court that they have another large package of disclosure, or evidence, to pass along to the defence team next week. Each of the packages, prosecutor Michael Cantlon said, is in excess of 10,000 pages long.

Last week, police revealed that they have found a seventh set of human remains. They also released the photo of a man they believe to be dead and another alleged victim.

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McArthur will be back in court via video on April 11th.

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