updated 2/13/2011 1:08:55 PM ET 2011-02-13T18:08:55

A Georgia father accused of fatally stabbing two of his sons and injuring a third has been ordered held in jail without bond.

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Elvis Noe-Garcia was arrested Saturday and charged with two counts of murder and one count of aggravated assault. He's accused of killing 3-year-old Bradley Garcia and 1-year-old Edward Garcia. Bradley's twin brother was also wounded.

Gwinnett County Sheriff's Sgt. Douglas McKay said that Noe-Garcia appeared at a hearing Saturday night and was ordered held without bond.

Police found Noe-Garcia with stab wounds Wednesday outside a house near Lawrenceville where the dead boys were. The 23-year-old Noe-Garcia was not married to their mother and was involved in a dispute with her over custody of the children.

His defense attorney declined to comment.

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