(BBC News) – Former Congolese rebel leader Bosco Ntaganda ordered troops to kill and rape civilians, prosecutors say. Judges at the International Criminal Court are deciding if there is enough evidence for him to stand trial. Ntaganda is accused of committing war crimes a decade ago. He is yet to enter a plea, but denies the charges. Gen Ntaganda “persecuted civilians on ethnic grounds, through deliberate attacks, forced displacement, murder, rape, sexual enslavement and pillaging,” Chief Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda told pre-trial judges at The Hague and added, “He personally used child soldiers in attacks,”.