ARUSHA (AFP) - The UN court for Rwanda handed a 30-year prison sentence on Tuesday to former army chief Augustin Bizimungu for his role in the 1994 genocide in which around 800,000 people were killed. The court also convicted Augustin Ndindiliyimana, the former head of the paramilitary police, of genocide crimes but ordered his release as he had already spent 11 years behind bars since his arrest. The court ruled that while Bizimungu had complete control over the men he commanded, Ndindiliyimana had only limited control over his men after the start of the massacres on April 6, 1994 and was opposed to the killing. Two senior officers tried alongside the generals were also sentenced Tuesday. Major Francois-Xavier Nzuwonemeye, the former commander of the reconnaissance battalion, was handed 20 years in jail for killing as a crime against humanity and murder as a war crime. His subordinate, captain Innocent Sagahutu, was also sentenced to 20 years. Bizimungu and Ndindiliyimana are two of the most senior figures to be tried by the Tanzania-based International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) in connection with the genocide.