Never use a force line break here. (And in most cases when it has been used, it should not be used.)
Paragraph Styles: Use a positive right intent, e.g. 10mm and a negative last line right intent e.g. –10mm 3. If you want to keep some words allways together, use in the original text (probably the headline) a non-breaking space instead of a normal space. You have to update the toc aftr doing that.
Also note that you can, and should define specific styles for each level of the TOC. This is the place to apply all fonts, spacing, indents and (if desired) overrides for the leader tabs and the page numbers.
Leaving TOC styles at the defaults will cause many poor formatting issues.
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Are you trying to a. remove the left indent and b. indent thost two long lines on the right hand side? Here's a quick look at how indents work in InDesign. I'm demoing a left indent, first line indent, right indent and a last line right indent. It looks like you want to remove the left indent, increase the right indent and then add a negative last line right indent.