CLEVELAND: Prosecutors say the ex-superintendent and former grounds director of a Cleveland-area public school district have pleaded guilty to theft in office and other charges.

Authorities alleged the officials demanded and received bribes from the operator of an education center that rented space from the district.

A statement from the Cuyahoga County prosecutor says former Richmond Heights superintendent Robert Moore pleaded guilty to a bribery charge and one count of theft in office.

The prosecutor says buildings director Richard Muse pleaded guilty to single counts of theft in office and forgery.

Prosecutors say Moore and Muse are scheduled for sentencing May 22.

Their attorneys didnít immediately respond to phone messages seeking comment on Wednesday.