Details of the reunification have not been released. The U.S. Attorney's Office did not immediately return messages seeking comment.
McConaghy wrote in the court filing that the children's parents still face deportation proceedings and were granted parole from detention under certain allowed circumstances, such as an "urgent humanitarian reason or significant public benefit."
The boy and his father fled Honduras because they feared for their lives after the boy's grandparents were murdered and the body of a family friend was left in their backyard, according to court documents filed by Yale Law School students representing the children. They entered the U.S. on June 11, were detained and authorities took the father away while the boy was sleeping, the students said.
The girl fled El Salvador with her mother after her stepfather was killed by gang members for refusing to lend them his scooter, according to the law students. They entered the U.S. in mid-May, were detained and authorities separated them while the girl was brought to a shower, the students said.
Another hearing before Bolden is scheduled for Wednesday.