How can I sort a MySQL Table to match "UUID", "Integer"?

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    So basically I'm creating a top 10 (For the highest amount of an integer) with ArmorStands.
    The armorstands spawn and everything works fine, until I see what's on the leaderboard. Instead of showing the players with the highest amount of the integer, it just shows the UUID's sorted alphabetically without the Integer being a factor.

    I hope you understand what I mean.

        private void update() {
       // this is the code I use to update the ArmorStands
            Connection connection = f.SQL.getConnection();
            try {
                PreparedStatement p = connection.prepareStatement("SELECT * FROM Tokens ORDER BY 'TOKENS','UUID' DESC LIMIT 10");
                ResultSet results = p.executeQuery();
                int i = 0;
                while( {
                    armorStands.get(i).setCustomName(ChatColor.AQUA + "" + (i+1) + ChatColor.GOLD + results.getString("UUID") + " - " + results.getInt("TOKENS"));
                for(; i<10;i++) {
                    armorStands.get(i).setCustomName(ChatColor.GRAY + "Loading...");
            }catch (SQLException e) {

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    timtower Administrator Administrator Moderator

    @xpaintall Considered putting the query in your database program?
    So you can debug the query?
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