CENTRAL ISLIP - A man accused of running a prescription drug ring faced a judge today.

Cedric Moss is accused of heading the ring that distributed 100,000 pills on the East Coast over the past two years. Officials say the pills are worth about $3 million.

Moss’ alleged ring is suspected of getting oxycodone from Long Island pharmacies by using forged prescriptions, according to Newsday.

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Moss was arrested in February in North Carolina and appeared in court this afternoon in Central Islip.