LOS ANGELES (AP) — A Los Angeles County grand jury has indicted the former head of UCLA's cadaver program on eight felony counts for allegedly trafficking in parts of bodies donated to the university.

The indictment handed up Friday accuses Henry Reid of selling parts from UCLA's willed-body program to Ernest Nelson, who operated a business that transported body parts.

Nelson is also indicted on the same eight counts. They include conspiring to commit a crime, grand theft, and filing false income tax returns.

Attorneys for both men deny the allegations.