A Warren man faces seven federal charges after investigators say he used his Main Avenue home to deal drugs like cocaine and the powerful opiate Carfentanil.

Thirty-eight-year-old Charles Moore II was scheduled to appear before a magistrate in U.S. District Court on Thursday to answer charges including distributing heroin, possession with intent to distribute heroin and Carfentanil, using his home as a drug premise, and weapons charges.

According to the federal indictment unsealed on Wednesday, Moore sold heroin on two separate occasions in March and was caught with Carfentanil, cocaine, and a 9 mm handgun at his home in May.

Because of a previous felony conviction, Moore is prohibited from possessing firearms.

Government attorneys are also asking the court to have Moore forfeit any profits or property he acquired during the alleged drug trade.