- Lyle Jeffs, FLDS bishop, is charged with 10 others in welfare fraud scheme
- Jeffs' lawyers asked for ankle monitor, house arrest in Provo, Utah
- U.S. judge said no, citing leadership position, past attempts to hide fugitive prophet
(CNN)Lyle Jeffs, the bishop of a polygamous enclave known as Short Creek, will remain behind bars until he is tried on charges he conspired to fleece the federal government -- and his own followers -- of millions of dollars in food stamp money.
Scallops for the bishop, beans for the flock