ALFRED, Maine — A Biddeford man who was ordered to pay close to $400,000 in restitution to hundreds of consumers whose contracts his now-defunct oil companies never honored was told by a Superior Court judge Tuesday to disclose his finances so the court can better understand the assets he has.

In 2010, a judge ordered Nicholas Curro III and his companies, Veilleux Oil, Perron Oil and Price-Rite Fuel, to pay $393,735 in restitution to 313 customers within five years for failing to deliver oil ordered through prepaid contracts in the winter of 2007-08. Curro also was ordered to pay a civil penalty of $250,000 after the payment of restitution.

While Curro began making restitution payments, he stopped in 2013, having paid only $7,000, according to a motion filed in December by the state.

The motion sought to have the court force Curro to sell a rental property he owns with his wife, Lisa Curro, on Twin Island Drive, as well as a 25-foot pontoon boat that is registered in his name in order to pay more of the restitution.

But after a roughly one-hour hearing on the motion at York County Superior Court on Tuesday, Judge Wayne Douglas determined it was unclear which assets could be taken from Curro without unfairly affecting his wife. The couple’s finances are intertwined.

“I can’t tell who owns what, who’s making payments on what,” Douglas said before making his decision.

Douglas said he hopes Curro’s financial situation will become clearer once he fills out a financial disclosure form — something the state also requested Curro do in its motion.

Curro has until May 2 to fill out the form.

The state and Curro’s attorney, George Marcus, also have until that time to work on reaching an agreement for payment of the restitution and $250,000 fine. If an agreement is not reached, Douglas said a hearing would be held to determine how to move forward.