As a new way to train generative models, generative adversarial networks (GANs) have achieved considerable success in image generation, and this framework has also recently been applied to data with graph structures. We identify the drawbacks of existing deep frameworks for generating graphs, and we propose labeled-graph generative adversarial networks (LGGAN) to train deep generative models for graph-structured data with node labels. We test the approach on various types of graph datasets, such as collections of citation networks and protein graphs. Experiment results show that our model can generate diverse labeled graphs that match the structural characteristics of the training data and outperforms all baselines in terms of quality, generality, and scalability. To further evaluate the quality of the generated graphs, we apply it to a downstream task for graph classification, and the results show that LGGAN can better capture the important aspects of the graph structure.