Your GMAT is very low for a PhD - especially the quant part. Without adding 100 points you are out of the range of schools that I feel I know well. Look through schools with accounting PhD programs and consider stuff with an average GMAT below 650.
The prior GPAs are very good and will help. The teaching experience will probably be a plus for schools in that range as most of them require a fair amount of teaching and place into teaching institutions.
I don't know a lot about the TOEFL, but I recall seeing 110 total as recommended score. I don't know how much this matters.
The MAcc at OSU will be good. I would recommend going to their workshops (https://fisher.osu.edu/myfisher/////...is-colloquium/) and possibly sitting in on a PhD seminar.
What are your goals with a PhD? If you want to be a teacher at an AACSB school and do a little research, then you can probably get into a school that will do that for you. If you want to go to a research school and be involved in the academic research community then you have some work to do. Your goal changes the advice I would give.