A Boston man faces federal charges after he allegedly forced two women into prostitution in Maine and then attempted to take them to Massachusetts to continue in prostitution.

In an indictment unsealed Tuesday in federal court in Portland, Rashad “Jose” Sabree, 37, faces two counts of sex trafficking, two counts of kidnapping and one count of interstate transportation for the purposes of engaging in prostitution.

Sabree will face a maximum sentence of life in prison on the kidnapping charges, 15 years to life in prison for sex trafficking and up to 10 years on the interstate transportation charge if he’s convicted. Each charge also calls for a fine of up to $250,000.

Portions of the indictment of Sabree are still sealed, but it alleges that in December 2015, he forced two women into prostitution in Maine. In early January 2016, the indictment alleges, Sabree took the two, against their will, to Massachusetts to continue in prostitution.

Documents filed in federal court indicate that Sabree does not yet have a lawyer.