A wide variety of demand in e-learning and web-based learning caused a new approach in e-content presentation. In order to accomplish these demands, learning object repositories (LORs) were developed. LORs have many learning objects (LOs) that are used to produce different types of e-content. When there are many LOs in LORs, the evaluation and selection of them become a subjective and time-consuming process. Thus, selecting the most suitable and best qualified LO is considered as a multi-criteria decision-making (MCDM) problem. In this study, a hybrid analytic hierarchy process genetic algorithm (AHP-GA) method was developed for the evaluation of LOs from web-based Intelligent Learning Object Framework (Zonesa) LOR. This proposed hybrid system was used in a real case study and the results demonstrated that the proposed system can be used effectively by both users and machines to produce content by the help of LO metadata.