Like Dchris said, knowing how you're currently eating will definitely help to sot things out.
Very generally, this is a good step-by-step outline:
Even without knowing how many days you're training, that's totally too much cardio.
Doing a full half-hour before you even lift will negatively impact how hard you can go when you do lift, and lifting is what you really want to focus on to build strength and muscle.
Get on a well-designed training program first. There are tons on the site, this is one good example:
I'd ditch the cardio before lifting, but doing some easy-ish cardio right after training can work well. 20 minutes of high incline walking, for example.
Profile says he's 5'8", 230 with 33% bodyfat. So, a big dude in a not so good way with plenty of fat to lose.
Johnny, dial in your training, get your nutrition in line, don't go overboard on either one, and you'll get it done.
Related to that, do you have a specific goal you're shooting for?