PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Seven city social service administrators were suspended Monday, exactly two years after the emaciated, maggot-infested body of a 14-year-old girl with cerebral palsy was found in the squalid home of her mother, who has been charged with murder.

The suspensions came after of a grand jury report said the administrators failed to supervise derelict employees and, in some cases, falsified paperwork to cover up the neglect that led to the death of Danieal Kelly.

Just days ago, two other department workers were among nine people charged in the death of the disabled teen, who died of starvation and infection in 2006 while under the Department of Human Services' supervision.