Switch the weights and cardio. 3 days weights 2 days cardio.
So something like this.
Day 1. Weights
Day 2. Cardio
Day 3. Weights
Day 4. Day off
Day 5. Cardio
Day 6. Weights
Day 7. Day off.
You're basically use on the weights day a workout covering all the muscles. Lifts like Deadlifts, Squats, Bench Press, Chins, Cleans, Planks etc etc, can be inorporated with maybe a bit of direct stuff like E-Z Bar Curls, Pressdowns etc.
Calories are way too low. 2,000 a day for sedentary males and more for active ones.
You should ideally be aiming for around 2,300-2,500 as a base point. Eating more than that at this stage, would just create more excess calorie to Fat conversion, so don't eat like a 190lb lean bodybuilder, eat more like a 150lb dude who's got less than a years lifting under his belt.
Eating big calories when your body does't need them would just pile on some more Fat with muscle, the extra calorie to fat storage amounts, diminishing over time when you got stronger and needed more calories, but you'd find the Fat harder to shift at a later stage than put on and because 1lb of muscle helps to burn approximately another 45-50 calories, there's no need to be counterproductive by overeating to bulk.
You can always add a modest amount of calories in, when you're stalling on progress and ready for them.
Ideally i'd reccomend another 300 a day, for increases, which could be 50 a meal if you eat 6 times a day.
You'd do it thusly.
Option 1. 5g protein, 5g Carbs, 1g Fat, (49 calories).
Option 2. 5g Carbs, 3-4g Fat, (47-56 calories approx).
If you were consuming 1.2g per lb bodyweight Protein, certainly no more than 1.5g max, then you could go for option 2, otherwise use option 1.
For now, calories need bumping up. I'd say add an amount of calories in roughly equal to 2x option 1 and 1x option 2 to ever meal if that makes sense, so you're having another 150 calories per meal, if you're eating 6 times a day that is.
Alternatively if you're eating about 5 times, add about 100 calories per meal in, with a 1x option 1 and 1x option 2 ratio, then insert another 400 calorie meal with a 4x option 1 and 4x option 2 ratio.
Hopefully that makes sense, the last part especially.
A Gym instructor if needs, be would be beneficial for the TBT workout on the weights, to structure it better and flesh out specifics like reps, sets etc, as I've just skimmed the basics on this occasion.