Ten kiddies gleaned out of a California dwelling had allegedly been water-boarded, shot in with crossbows and murdered with their parents, authorities state.
At a court filing, prosecutors recommended that bond for the mommy have been raised to $495,000 (pound;365,000) because she remains a threat to her or his children.
Police detained Ina Rogers and Jonathan Allen in March after responding to reports about a lost child.
The pair face hundreds of charges of child abuse.
The motion, filed on Wednesday, claims that the kiddies had been “punched, strangled, bitten, shot firearms like crossbows and [pellet] guns, struck firearms such like sticks and bats, exposed to ‘waterboarding’ and [had] scalding water poured them”.
“water boarding” can be really a manner of simulating drowning, either by simply pouring liquid along with a gagged person’s mouth area.
Prosecutors also said the kiddies had suffered broken limbs and also “various kinds of scars”.
From James Cook, BBC Los-angeles correspondent
Officials say that they discovered the outwardly smart two-storey dwelling in Fairfield, north west of sanfrancisco, filled up with rotting food and faeces – and the youngsters, aged from six weeks to 1-2 decades, huddled with the ground. The youngsters talked with address impediments.
After weeks of interviews, the prosecutors allege the elephants were exposed to sadistic torture.
The dad is accused of abuse if the mother is alleged to possess frees the kids from reporting accidents including broken arms.
The couple – that deny the charges – state they homeschooled their kiddies whilst the Associated Press stories that their property wasn’t enrolled as a faculty, as demanded bylaw enforcement.
Ms Rogers confronts nine counts of felony child abuse.
Mr Allen was charged with seven counts of torture and eight counts of felony child abuse, also is now being held on a $5.2m (£3.8m) bond.
In an interview from prison, printed to the video-sharing website YouTube, Mr Allen describes himself as a peaceful guy as well as the “Indiana Jones of spirituality”.
“that I like my children with all of my heart,” he said. “No one is ideal. But I’m not a creature. I’m not a torturer and I am not a monster.”
Ms Rogers formerly clarified her spouse being a “amazing man”, when she had been talking to reporters.
“My husband has lots of tattoos. He looks like a scary man, which is why people are so fast to evaluate him” she said.
She had been taken immediately after Wednesday’s hearing.
In a separate instance previously this calendar year, police in California located 13 siblings, a few of whom had been shackled, severely malnourished in their dwelling. Their mother and father are charged with torture and abuse.