A commodity futures trader already required to pay $1,069,300 in restitution to customers he defrauded now must come up with more than double that amount.In a written opinion last week, U.S. District Judge Marvin E. Aspen concluded William H. Powderly IV’s violations of the Commodity Exchange Act warranted a civil monetary penalty in addition to the payment of restitution.Aspen granted a motion by the U.S. Commodity …