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How to move a commit and its children commits to another branch?

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Hi, consider left is Branch A, right is Branch B.
I have pushed commit c till f on a wrong branch (branch B).

I want to move commit c till f to Branch A by:
1) Copy commit c till f to Branch A
2) Checkout Branch B, click on commit b and reset current branch to commit b using hard reset.

For method 1, my initial google search reveals that I can use cherry pick feature to move commit to another branch. However I have quite a lot of commit from commit c to f.
Sourcetree currently only support cherry picking on a single commit.

How do I move commit c and its commit children from Branch B to Branch A in Sourcetree?

Thank you

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