No. It can't. Sorry. You just have to forget about using Open GL to accelerate AE rendering. It has never worked well in the past, and it doesn't work well now.
Here's a revealing fact: when they render in AE, many, MANY Adobe employees make sure Open GL acceleration is turned off for rendering. Perhaps all of them do that.
Now: considering that this is a forum on the Adobe web site, which is constantly scrutinized by Adobe employees, it won't take very long at all for someone to contradict me if my so-called "revealing fact" is incorrect, will it?
Though Dave worded his response a little more strongly than I would have, he has a point.
To see what OpenGL can be used for in After Effects (and, more important, why you shouldn't use it a lot of the time), see this video:
and I was curious if AE could still utilize the card for some OpenGL accelerated rendering despite not being on the list Adobe has posted.
In so many words: Don't bother. OpenGL is 90% useless in AE.