You are correct, there is no direct property to set FontSize. But you can use the public property SpanProperties of the ListLevelStyle in order to achieve the desired result. Here is an example how to do it:
listLevelStyle.SpanProperties.FontSize = 42;
I hope this information answers your question.
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