New nonparametric tests for the ordering of multiple survival functions are developed with the possibility of right censorship taken into account. The motivation comes from non-inferiority trials with multiple treatments. The proposed tests are based on nonparametric likelihood ratio statistics, which are known to provide more powerful tests than Wald-type procedures, but in this setting have only been studied for pairs of survival functions or in the absence of censoring. We introduce a novel type of pool adjacent violator algorithm that leads to a complete solution of the problem. The limit distributions can be expressed as weighted sums of squares involving projections of certain Gaussian processes onto the given ordered alternative. A simulation study shows that the new procedures have superior power to a competing combined-pairwise Cox model approach. We illustrate the proposed methods using data from a three-arm non-inferiority trial.