Yes, you can try to implement IComparable / IEquatable interfaces. Thus you will be able to sort the items just in the way you want. Since RadTreeListView counts on those interfaces, it will follow the logic you implement and will sort the items depending on that logic.
For more information, you can search about implementing the IComparable<T> interface in MSDN.
I hope this information helps.
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