A Kansas City man who served prison time for his part of a major jewelry store robbery is headed back to prison for concealing hundreds of thousands of dollars in assets from his parole officer.

A federal judge has sentenced Clarence Burnett to three years in prison. He’d been under orders to pay 1.3-milion dollars in restitution and had been paying ten dollars a week. But he had concealed information that he had more than one-milion dollars in a series of bank accounts.