CENTRAL ISLIP, N.Y. (AP) _ An FBI security analyst was arraigned Friday on charges he took part in a scheme to sell FBI files to organized crime figures in New York and elsewhere.

James Hill, 51, of the FBI's Las Vegas bureau, was arrested in June.

Hill was ordered held without bail during an appearance in New York's U.S. District Court.

Neither Hill nor his lawyer, Mark Baker, commented on the charges.

Hill is one of 10 people, including an FBI agent and an investigator for the Nevada attorney general's office, charged in the scheme.