A Mexican judge has increased the sentence of a prominent Mexican businessman convicted of child pornography after a prosecutors' appeal. He extended the prison term to 60 years from 13 years.

Federal magistrate Jose Angel Mattar says Jean Succar Kuri deserves a harsher sentence for luring poor girls to his home in the resort of Cancun so that he and his friends could have sex with them.

Both prosecutors and Succar had appealed the previous sentence given in March. The magistrate actually set the new sentence at 112 years, but a statement Wednesday says Mexican law allows only a 60-year term.

Succar is a legal U.S. resident who was arrested in Arizona.