Former Salvadoran general and chief of the Air Force of El Salvador who was accused of plotting the execution of six Jesuit priests in 1989. He was charged with crimes against humanity and state terrorism by the Spanish Association for Human Rights in 2009.
He entered the Salvadoran Military Academy in 1954 and quickly made his way up the chain of command.
He oversaw the Contras' importation of weapons into Nicaragua, which were paid for by crack cocaine that was being smuggled into the United States.
He is the son of John and Elena Toledo Bustillo.
He was accused of planning the murder of Oscar Romero.