How does a person over 40 mass their muscle`s and not gain fat in the abdominal region?

I have been lifting almost every day for a little over a year now.I have found it very hard to increase muscle mass at this age(43).It seems I only become very toned and cut.
I have noticed in general that massing seems to include some degree of fat.I know a guy about my age who has massed pretty big,yet he has a fat gut.My question is :How does a person over 40 mass their muscle`s and not gain fat in the abdominal region?I do sit ups and a fair amount of abbs. work including a good deal of cardio-vascular work.Yet to all my efforts I remain small,but toned and cut.

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