In an indictment, Federal prosecutors alleged that a Kansas business owner and a Maryland doctor illegally distributed more than $1.3 million worth of anabolic steroids.

Baltazar, who allegedly wrote the prescriptions, did not see the patients in person, as per court records.

Scott Lofquist, 51, of Fairway, and Rodney Baltazar, 48, of Elkton, Md., conspired to distribute 1.3 million units of steroids through Lifetime Wellness, Lofquist’s business, between 2008 and 2010, the indictment alleges.

Lofquist operated the business out of his home and from the home of another person in Kansas City, according to court records.

He allegedly sold the drugs to those trying to reverse the course of aging and to bodybuilders and athletes seeking to improve their performance.

Prosecutors are asking a judge to order the men to forfeit proceeds of $1.36 million from the alleged scheme.