A notorious hijacker who commandeered a plane of passengers to Havana 40 years ago has been caught in Cuba, where he’s been hiding the past four decades, officials say. Luis Armando Peña Soltren, 66, is the U.S.’s longest wanted fugitive. He burst into the cockpit of a Pan Am flight in November 1968 and demanded that it be flown to Cuba, authorities said. Prosecutors say Soltren, two other men, and a fourth female accomplice were armed with guns and knives that the woman had stuffed into a diaper bag. Soltren will be arraigned tomorrow. His wife and children live in the United States, and Soltren made it known to U.S. officials that he wanted to come home and face charges. The three other people involved have already been tried—one was acquitted and two were sentenced to 15 years in prison.