Ezeiekile Nafi and Demetrius Huff have been arraigned today on an indictment charging each with second-degree murder.
The two were arrested in July, four days after victim Darren Brown's remains were found by a man walking his dog in Buffalo. They've pleaded not guilty.
Police have described the suspects and victim as acquaintances but have not said what say what may have led to the killing.
The teenagers could face 25 years to life in prison if convicted. Each was appointed a lawyer following their arrests.