SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — The owner of a group home where 11 people died in a 2006 fire was charged with money laundering, conspiracy and health-care fraud in an indictment that also names his wife and daughter.

The indictment unsealed Monday against Robert DuPont and his family replaces one in which the 63-year-old pleaded not guilty to one count of health-care fraud.

DuPont is accused of running five southwest Missouri group homes for the mentally ill despite having a 2002 felony conviction for Medicaid fraud that barred him from operating a business that bills Medicaid.