The disqualification follows an investigation by The Insolvency Service’s Company Investigations Team.
John Daniel Knights, 44, of Epping was banned from March 2013 to 2022.
He failed to turn up to court for the hearing and the disqualification order was issued in his absence.
Knight’s fellow director Thomas James Brown has already given an undertaking not to act as a director for eight years for his part in the poor book-keeping at JKS.
JKS Brickwork went into liquidation on 17 November 2010 owing £1,053,147 to creditors.
The last annual accounts filed by JKS Brickwork were for the year ending 30 November 2009.
Knights failed to deliver any records to the liquidators to verify the company’s trading and assets from that date to the company’s collapse in November 2010.
This meant the liquidator could not verify JKS Brickwork’s expenses of £8,660,196 for this period. Nor could they verify the current amount owed to the company by its clients, which was valued in the last accounts as £1,630,170.
The liquidators have therefore been unable to recover this money and use it to pay JKS Brickwork’s own debts to its creditors.
Mark Bruce, a Chief Examiner at The Insolvency Service said: “The maintenance of a company’s financial records is of vital importance ,especially when that company is experiencing financial difficulties.
“The Insolvency Service investigation uncovered very significant assets and expenses that could not be explained adequately to the liquidator which prevented him from doing his job properly for the creditors.
“Directors who do not take their responsibilities seriously when dealing with records of a company must understand that they face a significant ban as the Insolvency Service are hot on their heals.”