The man charged with killing his entire family appeared before an Osceola County judge Thursday and was ordered held without bond for the murders.
"The bond will remain set as provided in the arrest warrant," the judge said. "No bond on the first four counts, $15,000 on count five."
The first four counts against Tony Todt are for the murders of his wife Megan and their children Alec, Tyler and Zoe. Count 5 that received a $15,000 bond was for the death of the family dog, Breezy.
The bodies were discovered Monday at the family's home in Celebration. Police had gone to the house to arrest Todt on an out-of-state federal fraud charge.
The Osceola County Sheriff's Office says Todt has confessed to the killings and is cooperating with detectives.
No further court dates were announced.