Ma Bo-Kee, former chief executive of Moulin International, and his son, Cary Ma, have been sentenced to 12 and 10 years in prison, respectively, according to two Hong Kong newspapers. Four other persons including Moulin's former treasurer have been ordered prison terms of four months to nine years in the case, where the High Court of Hong Kong found the six people guilty of multiple counts of fraud and commercial crime, including inflated turnover statements, while the company was trading publicly on the Hong Kong stock exchange. The assessed charges apparently enabled Moulin to obtain loans that allowed the former Chinese eyewear manufacturer to take over Metzler and then Eye Care Centers of America prior to its own demise.