MEXICO CITY (AP) _ A Mexican court has ruled that the nation's former anti-drug chief will have to serve nearly 32 years in prison, more than double the original sentence, the federal Attorney General's office said.

Gen. Jesus Gutierrez Rebollo had been sentenced to nearly 14 years for abuse of authority and weapons violations. But a court reviewed the sentence and decided on Friday it was insufficient.

He was re-sentenced to serve nearly 32 years, the office said in a statement.

Gutierrez Rebollo, a well-regarded military commander of the Guadalajara area, had been in the military for 42 years when appointed drug czar.

The army became suspicious when he moved from a modest house to a luxurious apartment in the posh Bosque de las Lomas area of Mexico City. Prosecutors say the apartment was provided by Amado Carillo Fuentes, then Mexico's top drug smuggler.