If you have MRTG set up and working, it will be launched referencing to some sort of configuration file. This is the file in which you configured where it should save the output files and so on.
You may have used the configmaker that comes with MRTG to create this file.
Within that file the configmaker will have made an entry for each interface on the switch and as such it is creating reports for each. You can just delete the configuration lines of the interfaces you wish to ignore or you can comment them by putting "#" in front of them.
When you open the configuration file all files that start with "#" are comments and can be ignored. MRTG is making graphics and files for all files such as:
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