A Mexican citizen has been ordered by a court in the US state of Texas to serve a total of 57 months in federal prison for his part in a money laundering conspiracy.

Abraham Barajas-Alcantar, who illegally resided in the city of McAllen in southern Texas, had already pleaded guilty to charges related to purchasing three aircraft engines using US$272,649 derived from drug trafficking.

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