(New York, NY) -- A not guilty plea is in the books for a man accused of being involved in al-Qaeda's bombings of the U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998. Abu Anas al-Liby's plea was entered at a court hearing in New York City. Al-Liby was captured by a U.S. Army Delta Force squad more than a week ago in Libya. He faces several charges, including conspiring to kill U.S. nationals. The embassy bombings killed more than 200 people.