A 16-year-old boy accused of strangling his adoptive parents when he was 15 and hiding their bodies in the family car is to be tried as an adult, a judge has ruled.
Karate black belt Moses Kamin allegedly admitted to killing his parents - Robert Kamin, 55, and Susan Poff , 50, after officers discovered their bodies in Oakland, California.
Judge Morris Jacobson of Alameda County Superior Court has ruled their is enough evidence to hold the teenager - who was 15 at the time of his parents' deaths in January - over for trial.
The boy is being held without bail and is scheduled to return to court on October 3, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Prosecutors say he confessed to killing his parents.
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