A Thibaudeau program that sounds just perfect for you:
A Cosgrove one:
A Dan John insight on complexes:
I had good results in body composition (although I was leaner than you) using this one, from Waterbury (both strenght and hypertrophy plan work well, just be strict on rest between sets):
If you choose to go with complexes (a very good choice, indeed), make shure your form is good enough on all lifts involved and be very conservative on weight; it's better to pick a lighter weight and run one more round or two, than not being able to complete the prescribed # of rounds or reps because you put too much on the bar.
For cardio on off days, do HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training); you can use treadmill, elliptycal, stationary bike...: warm up for 5 mins, then do 30 sec of all-out sprint, followed by 60 sec of moderate pace. Repeat for 10 mins total (at first, you may find it impossibile, just do your best). Progression: try to increase sprint intensity and to reduce moderate pace (like 30 sec sprint, 30 sec of moderate pace).
Once your conditioning improve, you may try Tabata protocol: 20 sec of effort (let's say 8 reps of front squat) and 10 sec of rest, for eight times total. Don't be ashamed to try it with an empty bar, it's a real killer ! ! !