One way is to use a filter to cut out the earlier columns. You could use cut
, although the listing format varies depending on the length of the owner/group names, and the field delimiter is not a single character.
Or you could use awk
ls -l --sort=time | perl -lane 'print "@F[5..@F]"'
The '-a' flag causes perl to autosplit the fields, so you can then print out fields from 5 onwards.