A New Mexico dog breeder has been sentenced to 11 years in prison after being charged with 111 counts of animal cruelty.
Mike Kassabji was convicted of caging 21 dogs without adequate water or food. Officers also said the animals were covered in their own urine and feces.
The judge gave Kassabji a 21-year prison sentence, but suspended ten years of the sentence. Kassabji must also pay a $1,000 fine.
He previously had been convicted to 90 days in jail for animal neglect charges after 13 dogs were seized from him.
The governor of Texas also wants Kassabji to be extradited to Texas to face animal cruelty charges there.