That depends on where that extra “Peak” roof is, which I am presuming to be a dormer.
If that ridge line is lower than the main house ridge line AND if the dormer attic area and the main house attic air spaces are connected, then the additional ridge venting may get short circuited.
If the dormer has a vaulted ceiling instead of actually connecting attic spaces, then it is not only okay, but necessary to have BOTH 100 % intake venting and 100 % ridge top exhaust venting.
As GTP mentioned, BALANCE is the key!
The ventilated soffit panels rarely even perforf up to the 9 square inch specifications, once the perforations start to get clogged up from interior dust or cobv webs and in the worst case, if the insulation is blocking or restricting the air flow, which I believe you stated earlier, that you had checked out.
Also, just because you have vented soffit panels does not mean that the carpenter actually cut the hole to the same size as the ENTIRE vented panel.
The best solution is to add additional soffit venting and without having to re-do the aluminum anels, you could have your roofing contractor use a product which allows air intake under the shingles, such a the Smart Vent made by DCI Products Inc.