Corrections is pleased it'll be able to monitor the Beast of Blenheim for the next 13 years.
A High Court judge today ruled Stewart Murray Wilson will be subject to a 10 year extended supervision order after his parole lapses in 2015.
That means Wilson will be managed as a high risk offender and will have to comply to conditions put in place by a parole officer.
Community Probation Services assistant general manager Maria McDonald says Wilson is an offender who needs constant monitoring.
Stewart Murray Wilson will be released from prison on September 1.
He still refuses to acknowledge any wrongdoing or accept any treatment, in spite of his conviction on a raft of horrendous charges.