How do I simulate a random valid correlation matrix of ordinal variables given a list of marginal probabilities?

I am trying to use R to simulate random variations in a real dataset with a known number of categorical and continuous predictor variables, as well as known marginal probabilities for each ordinal/categorical variable. These parameters are as follows:

ncont <- 4  # number of continuous predictor variables
ncat  <- 8  # number of categorical predictor variables

margprobs <- list(c(0.24, 0.3, 0.28),
c(0.01, 0.071, 0.17, 0.069, 0.005, 0.05),
c(0.07, 0.06, 0.14, 0.3),
c(0.05, 0.45, 0.5),
c(0.9),
c(0.05, 0.8),
c(0.8),
c(0.5))

I can simulate this dataset if I assume that the categorical variables are independent, and I can create valid correlation matrices for just the continuous variables. However, every time I try to create a simulated variance-covariance or correlation matrix for the categorical variables, it is not valid in the context of the known marginal probabilities.

I have consulted the vignettes for the OrdNor, SimCorrMix, and SimMultiCorrData packages for how to produce a valid correlation or variance-covariance matrix with known marginal probabilities, but I can't figure it out. I can use these packages to find the upper and lower bounds of acceptable correlations in the context of the marginal probabilities, but every correlation matrix I sample passes the validation check these packages provide but ultimately fails when being converted to an intermediate correlation matrix. I provide some example code for this below:

library(SimCorrMix)
margprobs <- lapply(margprobs, FUN=sort)  # must sort margprobs for corrvar() to work
corlims   <- validcorr(1000, k_cat=8, marginal=margprobs)

set.seed(1)
Rey <- diag(8)
for (i in 1:nrow(Rey)) {
for (j in 1:ncol(Rey)) {
if (i > j) Rey[i, j] <- runif(1, corlims$$L_rho[i, j], corlims$$U_rho[i, j])
Rey[j, i] <- Rey[i, j]
}
}

# Check to see if Rey is positive-definite
min(eigen(Rey, symmetric=TRUE)\$values) < 0

# Use SimCorrMix to check for valid correlation matrix
validcorr(1000, k_cat=8, marginal=margprobs, rho=Rey)
# TRUE

ords1 <- corrvar(1000, k_cat=8, marginal=margprobs, rho=Rey)
# Error message: It is not possible to find a correlation matrix for MVN
# ensuring rho for the ordinal variables.  Try the error loop.
# Intermediate correlation matrix is not positive definite. Nearest
# positive definite matrix is used.

# Note: this error happens whether or not I use Matrix::nearPD or
# psych::cor.smooth to ensure that the rho matrix is positive definite

Please help me understand how to create a valid ordinal correlation matrix that will work with these simulations.

I want to eventually produce a simulation of continuous and categorical variables based on a valid correlation matrix for all variables, and then I can see how the magnitudes of these correlations affect the ability of models to recover known coefficients (beta) and outcome values (y) that I provide in the simulations.