LOS ANGELES — A judge has ordered Lindsay Lohan to perform 125 hours of community service after a prosecutor determined the actress improperly received credit for performing in a London play.

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mark Young set a March 12 hearing to choose an agency where Lohan can perform the hours to complete her sentence in a reckless driving case.

Lohan’s attorney had reported in January that the “Mean Girls” star had completed 250 hours of service with a London charity, but a prosecutor was unconvinced.

– From news service reports