A cult leader linked to mutilation murders in the 1980s was released from federal prison and returned to Miami after serving nearly 11 years of his 18-year sentence.
Yahweh Ben Yahweh paid a fine of more than $16,000 required for his release on parole, the U.S. attorney's office said.
Yahweh, 65, had sought to retake his leadership position with Nation of Yahweh, which attracted about 1,000 people to a gathering last year in Montreal.
He was accused of dispatching followers in 1986 to kill "white devils" and return with physical proof. He was charged in three murders but two cases were dropped after an acquittal in the third.