Nope do not recommend. I had a male who grew up in my sorority as he was very young when I purchased him (mistakenly) as a female. Was very peaceful and got along very well with the original group of females.
I added a few more and he got along with them equally well. Until one day I came down to find him floating at the top of the tank with all his fins torn completely off. He was barely alive and died about a week later.
I would never recommend housing mature males and females together, particularly if they are not siblings and have been living separately since being sold by the breeder.
Too much risk for me to be comfortable ever recommending this. I still don't even know what the trigger was as they had all been fine when I checked on them in the morning.
Also you should up the number of females in your tank. A sorority ideally needs five or more individuals to spread out aggression and prevent the weaker fish from being continually attacked or harassed