Kenyan police have exhumed 21 bodies near the coastal town of Malindi, as they investigate a preacher said to have told followers to starve to death.
Dead children were among those exhumed, and police said they expected to find even more bodies.
The shallow graves are in Shakahola forest, where 15 members of the Good News International Church were rescued last week.
Preacher Paul Mackenzie Nthenge is in custody, pending a court appearance.
State broadcaster KBC described him as a “cult leader”, and reported that 58 graves have so far been identified.
One of the graves is believed to contain the bodies of five members of the same family – three children and their parents.
Mr Mackenzie has denied wrongdoing, but has been refused bail. He insists that he shut down his church in 2019.
He allegedly told followers to starve themselves in order to “meet Jesus”.
The Kenyan daily The Standard said pathologists will take DNA samples and conduct tests to determine whether the victims died of starvation.
Police arrested Mr Mackenzie on 15 April after discovering the bodies of four people suspected of having starved themselves to death.