Two Brandon Township teens accused of sexually assaulting boys between the ages of 7 and 10 have been charged with multiple counts of criminal sexual conduct and could face up to life in prison.

Oakland County Sheriff officials tell The Oakland Press for a Friday story that charges against the 13- and 14-year-old boys include first-degree criminal sexual conduct and assault with intent to commit sexual penetration.

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Both teens have been charged as adults.

The unidentified teens were arrested last month, about one month after two fathers reported their children had been assaulted.

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Police say the assaults began in September 2009.

Both suspects remain held without bond at Oakland County Children’s Village pending a Nov. 15 circuit court appearance.

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