SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Federal prosecutors are demanding that a convicted man they call a "congenital liar and serial fraudster" serve 30 years in prison and pay a $60 million fine after a jury convicted him of defrauding actors Danny Glover, Harry Belafonte and others out of more than $35 million.If U.S. District Judge Charles Breyer agrees to the sentence on Monday, it would represent one of the harshest penalties for a white collar case.A federal jury convicted Samuel "Mouli" Cohen of 29 counts of fraud and related charges.Cohen's attorney is arguing for a sentence of less than nine years, saying a 30-year term amounts to a life sentence for the 53-year-old.