Judge Cutler said that Elger had written in a diary in hospital stating he wanted to kill patients and staff by "strangling and jumping on heads" and had also heard a voice telling him to kill his doctor.
The judge previously lifted the defendant's right to anonymity given to minors because of the public interest in the serious offences.
The burglary and blackmail offences cost Winchester College £52,000 in stolen items and damage and the defendant twice demanded payment of £10,000 in the online currency bitcoin for him to stop carrying out further break-ins.
Tessa Hingston, prosecuting, said he was caught because of a "schoolboy error" by sending a typed blackmail letter but in a handwritten envelope which enabled staff to recognise his distinctive handwriting.
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