Children belonging to the Jewish sect Lev Tahor will be returned to their parents with conditions, after being taken into protective custody by Chatham-Kent Children's Services last week.

CTV’s Rich Garton was at a Chatham-Kent courthouse where a decision was made Tuesday, to return the children to their families. Two children were removed by child services on Thursday.

In November, 40 families from the Lev Tahor group fled Quebec and re-located to Chatham amid a social services investigation.  A Quebec court has ordered 14 children from this ultra-orthodox Jewish group into foster care