BERLIN (AP) — A German court has sentenced a German-Libyan dual national to three years and three months in prison for supporting the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan.

The Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan has carried out attacks against foreign troops in Afghanistan and is considered a terrorist organization by Germany.

The Duesseldorf regional court said Tuesday that the 29-year-old man, identified only as Ahmet K., had supported the group since 2011 by arranging money transfers of some 3,500 euros ($4,780) to the group's base in Pakistan and also furthered their propaganda work.

The court said K., who was born in Libya and moved to Germany at age ten, also passed on information about the political situation in Germany to a relative, who often showed up in propaganda videos of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan.