A fraudulent investment scheme allowed a 69-year-old Plano ex-con and his two sons to live the good life. They had luxury vehicles, owned a Picasso, expensive jewelry and wine, boats, jade and antiques. They won't be enjoying them much from their new location, in federal prison. U.S. Attorney James T. Jacks announced Thursday that father William Anthony Rand, was sentenced to five and one-half years in prison, and sons Gregory Keith Rand, 46, and William Nicholas Rand, 41, both of Dallas, had been sentenced to 18 years and 14 years, respectively. They also ordered to pay $99.7 million in restitution and to forfeit other ill-gotten property. Another son, Mark Albert Rand, 45, of Plano is awaiting sentencing, as is another man, Joel William Petersen, 44, of Frisco. Operating Aspen Exploration, the managing partner of oil and gas well programs, among other things the men forgot to tell investors some pertinent details, such as the elder Rand's Arkansas convictions for bank fraud and money laundering and his previous time in federal prison.