LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A funeral was held Saturday afternoon for the 55-year-old man who was fatally struck by rap mogul Marion “Suge” Knight.

The family of Terry Carter celebrated his life during his funeral service ..

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Services were held at the First African Methodist Episcopal Church, located at 2270 South Harvard Boulevard.

Carter was buried at the Inglewood Park Cemetery, located at 3801 West Manchester Boulevard, following a church service.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department reported that 49-year-old Knight ran over two men with his vehicle on Jan. 29, outside a fast-food restaurant in Compton near the set of Universal Pictures’ “Straight Outta Compton”.

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Carter, and actor Cle “Bone” Sloan, 51, who suffered injuries to his foot and chest, were taken to St. Francis Hospital, where Carter was pronounced dead.

According to deputies, Carter’s death was investigated as a homicide, as it appeared Knight intentionally aimed his vehicle in the direction of the men, following an argument with Sloan.

The West Hollywood Sheriff’s Department reported that Knight surrendered on Jan. 30, and was held on $2 million at the Men’s Central Jail.

On Monday, a bail commissioner placed him on a no-bail hold, due to being a possible flight risk, and potential intimidation risk to witnesses.

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Knight is expected to appear back in court for a new bail hearing on Monday. If convicted of the charges at his preliminary hearing, was scheduled for Feb. 19, the former rap mogul faces life in prison.