Child soldiers and other victims of convicted Congolese militia leader Bosco Ntaganda should get a total of $30 million compensation, International Criminal Court judges ruled on Monday, in their highest ever reparation order. Al Jazeera reports that Ntaganda, known as “The Terminator”, was convicted in 2019 on 18 counts of crimes against humanity and war crimes and sentenced to 30 years’ imprisonment for his role in atrocities which saw hundreds of civilians killed and many thousands forced to flee. As the judges said Ntaganda did not have the resources to pay the compensation himself though they have asked the tribunal’s own Trust Fund to help set up and finance vocational and other programmes to support victims of his crimes.