Liberia, March 2 -- BELLINZONA, Switzerland - Alieu Kosiah should be convicted of all the war crimes charges he faces, jailed for a maximum 20 years and then barred from entering Switzerland for 15 years, prosecutors said on Monday in their final argument four days to the end of the historic trial.

By James Harding Giahyue, New Narratives Senior Justice Correspondent

Chief prosecutor Andreas Muller told the Swiss Federal Criminal Court Kosiah was guilty of the 25 counts of murder, cannibalism, rape, sexual enslavement, forced transportation, looting and recruitment of child-soldier. He told the three-judge panel that Kosiah killed for power and looted for wealth.

'"There's no clean war,' Kosiah is right," said Muller, quoting the suspect...