Ten members of the bloody Trinitarios street gang were charged Thursday with attempted murder, conspiracy and gang assault charges for a trio of violent Manhattan attacks.

An indictment unsealed in Manhattan criminal court implicates the gang — which is responsible for the 2018 slashing death of Lesandro “Junior” Guzman-Feliz — in the June 2018 assault on a 14-year-old boy who was stabbed multiple times after being chased onto the Bronx River Parkway.

All of the men are accused members of the Bronx-based Los Sures subset of the gang — including reputed leader Richard Ramirez.

Gang members were also charged in a Nov. 6, 2017, attack on a man at a Manhattan Kentucky Fried Chicken and an Oct. 19, 2017, gang attack at a Washington Heights bodega, prosecutors said.

Ramon “Yupi” Paulino is accused of overseeing the Washington Heights attack “and kept in contact with participants of the crime by cellphone,” Assistant District Attorney Maria Strohbehn said in court.

Paulino was also caught on surveillance video at the KFC incident “throwing an object at the victim who was hiding behind the Plexiglas window.”

Police rounded up the 10 gangbangers during early morning raids Wednesday, among them Richard Ramirez, another reputed leader of the Los Sures set. Five people remain at large, cops have said.

ƒrikjLesandro “Junior” Guzman-FelizThe gang is most notorious for the bloody June 20, 2018, slaying of Guzman-Feliz at at Bronx bodega — where they mistook the 15-year-old for a rival gang member, dragged him out into the street and slashed him to death with machetes and knives.

Several gang members have been convicted of murder in the teen’s death, and others have charges pending in the case.

The Trinitarios are a Dominican gang that began at Rikers Island in the early 1990s and has since spread throughout the Bronx and Upper Manhattan — with machetes and knives as their preferred weapons.