Heyyo!

It has been way to long since I coded with Arduino, and the language seems almost foreign to me now honestly, and I want do one last project. My goal is to use the accelerometer to toggle 12V LED strips to on or off. Luckily, I saved the code of a past project (years ago) to toggle some servos and was going to use the same trigger and detection settings. Only issue now is I don't know where to start on the code.

Code:
// Basic Inertial Monitoring Unit (IMU) using Madgwick filter.
//
// To view this data, use the Arduino Serial Monitor to watch the
// scrolling angles, or run the OrientationVisualiser example in Processing.

#include <NXPMotionSense.h>
#include <Wire.h>
#include <EEPROM.h>
#include <PWMServo.h>

NXPMotionSense imu;
NXPSensorFusion filter;
PWMServo servo1, servo2;
float accumRoll, accumPitch, accumHeading;
float toggle;
boolean tripped, ledToggle;
void setup() {
  Serial.begin(9600);
  servo1.attach(9);
  servo2.attach(4);
  imu.begin();
  filter.begin(100);
  pinMode(13, OUTPUT);
}

void loop() {
  float ax, ay, az;
  float gx, gy, gz;
  float mx, my, mz;
  float roll, pitch, heading;


  if (imu.available()) {
    // Read the motion sensors
    imu.readMotionSensor(ax, ay, az, gx, gy, gz, mx, my, mz);

    filter.update(gx, gy, gz, ax, ay, az, mx, my, mz);
    
    accumRoll *= 0.9;
    accumPitch *= 0.9;
    accumHeading *= 0.9;


    accumRoll += abs(gx)*.1;
    accumPitch += abs(gy)*.1;
    accumHeading += abs(gz)*.1;
    
    // print the heading, pitch and roll
    float totMovement = sqrt(accumRoll*accumRoll+accumPitch*accumPitch+accumHeading*accumHeading);
    
    
    float togF = 0;
    if(totMovement>280){
      togF = totMovement;
    }
    toggle = toggle*.95 + (0.05*togF);

    if(toggle>250){
      if(!tripped){
        tripped = true;
        ledToggle = !ledToggle;  
      }
    }else{
      if(tripped){
        tripped = false;  
      }
    }
    digitalWrite(13, ledToggle);
    roll = filter.getRoll();
    Serial.println(toggle);
    
    //servo2.write(180-int(abs(roll)));
    if(ledToggle){
      servo1.write(155);
      servo2.write(50);  
    }else{
      servo1.write(80);
      servo2.write(115);
    }
  }
}
So long and short, here is my end game. My girlfriend will flick her wrists, and 12V will be applied to the LEDs lighting them up. Simple goal, but I know the 3.2 can't handle 5V. Is what I am doing possible? What should I modify in my code to get there right outputs?