Actually they called it an pseudepigrapha, see below for the definition of that and note in particular the second entry:
pseud·e·pig·ra·pha ( P ) Pronunciation Key (sd-pgr-f)
1. Spurious writings, especially writings falsely attributed to biblical characters or times.
2. A body of texts written between 200 B.C. and A.D. 200 and spuriously ascribed to various prophets and kings of Hebrew Scriptures.
My my, even Webster sees the truth Ashley Star Child, why can't you?