This summer I ended up with three unexpected cockerels. I really panicked. My previous experience with multiple roos was not pleasant, daily fights, some very violent.
So as soon as I identified these chicks as males, I got on the phone to the local radio station and listed them for "free to a good home" on the daily "Pet Patrol" pet placement service. Inside of two weeks, I got phone calls from people who wanted the youngsters, and they went to very good homes and ended up having much better lives than had I kept them.
In the past, I dealt with multiple roos by keeping them separate from the rest of the flock. They patrolled the exterior of the run, only joining the flock to sleep in the coop at night. I'm very happy with these new cockerels going to good homes.
You could try Craig's list if you don't have a local radio station that helps place pets. But you'll be happier in the long run if you re-home your roos now.