Are Angularfire Firestore multiple orderBy's possible? (for example: states ascending, then cities ascending)

Using AngularFire, let's say I want to orderby 'year', and then by 'brand'. It can be done in Firebase by:

Query query = cities.orderBy("state").orderBy("population", Direction.DESCENDING);

But I am not seeing a way to do so using AngularFire's orderBy. I would expect something like this to work but it throws an error ERROR TypeError: Cannot read properties of undefined (reading 'length'):

...
this.db
        .collection('myCollection', (ref) => ref.orderBy('year').orderBy('brand'))
        .snapshotChanges()
...

Is it possible to order by one thing, then another, using AngularFire?

EDIT: Here's the full method:

fetchBaseballCards(uid: any) {
    this.uiService.loadingStateChanged.next(true);
    this.fbSubs.push(
      this.db
        .collection(uid, (ref) => ref.orderBy('year').orderBy('brand'))
        .snapshotChanges()
        .pipe(
          map((docArray) => {
            return docArray.map((doc: any) => {
              return {
                id: doc.payload.doc.id,
                brand: doc.payload.doc.data().brand,
                buyDate: doc.payload.doc.data().buyDate,
                buyPrice: doc.payload.doc.data().buyPrice,
                cardNumber: doc.payload.doc.data().cardNumber,
                firstName: doc.payload.doc.data().firstName,
                grade: doc.payload.doc.data().grade,
                inventoryId: doc.payload.doc.data().inventoryId,
                lastName: doc.payload.doc.data().lastName,
                sellingPrice: doc.payload.doc.data().sellingPrice,
                soldDate: doc.payload.doc.data().soldDate,
                soldPrice: doc.payload.doc.data().soldPrice,
                year: doc.payload.doc.data().year,
              };
            });
          })
        )
        .subscribe(
          (cards: any) => {
            this.uiService.loadingStateChanged.next(false);
            this.baseballCards = cards;
            this.baseballCardsChanged.next([...this.baseballCards]);
          },
          (err) => {
            this.uiService.loadingStateChanged.next(false);
            this.uiService.showSnackbar('Fetching Cards failed, please try again later', undefined, 3000);
            this.baseballCardsChanged.next(undefined);
          }
        )
    );
  }

and full error message:

ERROR TypeError: Cannot read properties of undefined (reading 'length')
    at MatTableDataSource._filterData (table.js:724)
    at MapSubscriber.project (table.js:701)
    at MapSubscriber._next (map.js:29)
    at MapSubscriber.next (Subscriber.js:49)
    at CombineLatestSubscriber.notifyNext (combineLatest.js:73)
    at InnerSubscriber._next (InnerSubscriber.js:11)
    at InnerSubscriber.next (Subscriber.js:49)
    at BehaviorSubject.next (Subject.js:39)
    at BehaviorSubject.next (BehaviorSubject.js:30)
    at MatTableDataSource.set data [as data] (table.js:635)
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