The Utah woman who was arrested on Saturday (April 12) admitted to police that she strangled and suffocated at least six of her newborns.

Megan Huntsman, 39, appeared in court on Monday (April 14) where she was arrained on six charges of murder and held on a $6 million bond after admitting to strangling and suffocating at least six newborn babies then wrapping them plastic bags or shirts then stuffing them in cardboard boxes in her garage.

The judge overseeing the current case asked Huntsman what she thought of the size of the bail, Huntsman replied, "That's fine."

Huntsman's estranged husband Darren West discovered the bodies Saturday while cleaning out the garage to move back into the house after being released from prison.

According to police, West is not a person of interest at this time.