A child placement agency and a residential care facility have agreed to pay a total of $10.6 million to settle claims filed by three children who sued after they were negligently reunified with their sexually abusive father, the plaintiffs’ lawyers announced.

Kline & Specter announced the settlement, but as part of the agreement did not disclose the names of the defendants. The docket shows the defendants are Philadelphia child welfare agency Turning Points for Children and residential treatment facility Carson Valley Children’s Aid, with the organizations paying roughly $6 million and $4.6 million, respectively.