PORTLAND — The former head of a Kittery-based medical supply company was sentenced in federal court to 2 1/2 years in prison for health care fraud and making false statements about his criminal history on a Small Business Administration loan application.

Peter Enzinger, who was president of Seacoast Sleep Solutions, was sentenced yesterday by Judge D. Brock Hornby. Enzinger was also ordered to pay $198,254.54 in restitution and to serve three years of probation. The company was ordered to pay $220,000 in restitution and forfeit $50,000.

Enzinger and the company were accused of a scheme between 2005 and 2010  to defraud insurance carriers by billing for products that weren’t delivered or charging for more expensive items than were actually delivered.

The company was sold last year.

In July, a jury convicted Enzinger for making false statements on the loan application. He had testified that  he had been issued “tickets” for shoplifting and disorderly conduct in the mid-1980s, but had not realized that those were criminal convictions.

Enzinger and the company pleaded guilty to the health care fraud charges in October.

After entering the plea agrement, Enzinger attempted to hide his assets from probation officials and the victims by moving money, according to a sentencing memorandum submitted by Assistant U.S. Attorney David Joyce.

In his own memo, Toby Dilworth, Enzinger’s lawyer, described the move as a “terribly misguided effort to preserve money for his family” and said his client admitted to the actions when confronted.

The action shifted the sentencing range for Enzinger from 18 to 24 months to 33 to 44 months.