Federal prosecutors say they've charged 14 men for running a huge Central Valley drug ring.

U.S. Attorney Ben Wagner in Sacramento says a grand jury returned a 32 count indictment against the men, who are from Stockton, Patterson, Turlock, Ceres, and San Jose.  

They're charged with importing methamphetamine and cocaine from the Sinaloa Drug Cartel in Mexico for distribution in the U.S., as well as growing and selling marijuana out of Stanislaus and San Joaquin Counties.

If convicted, the defendants could get five years to life in prison and pay up $10 million in fines.