RIVERSIDE (AP) — A Riverside County school board member must stand trial on charges of rape, pimping, pandering and attempted manslaughter.

Prosecutors report 42-year-old Mike Rios of the Moreno Valley School Board was ordered to trial in two separate cases Tuesday after preliminary hearings in both.

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In one case, Rios is accused of 11 felonies including pimping, pandering and two counts of rape. Two of the victims in the pimping allegations are underage girls.

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In another case, a judge ruled Rios should stand trial on two counts of attempted voluntary manslaughter and two counts of assault with a deadly weapon. Prosecutors allege Rios fired shots at two men in front of his house after a bar fight earlier in the evening.

Rios has said the charges are trumped up by his political opponents.

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