UTAH STATE PRISON — The convicted killer known as "Captain Nemo" has been denied parole until at least 2018.

The Utah Board of Pardons and Parole said in a decision released Friday that Eugene Woodland, 79, would be scheduled for a rehearing in March 2018. He must also have an updated mental health status review before the hearing.

Woodland's mental health was the subject of his parole hearing earlier this month, in which he proclaimed his innocence in the 1990 murder of Bruce Larson. Authorities said Larson was shot in a dispute over a building Woodland owned and sought to turn into "Captain Nemo's Dinner Theater Atlantis & Fitness Center."