I downloaded your pics to be able to get a better view of your plant and cuttings, looked them over and deleted them.
From the looks of your regen plant, you had a previous infestation, albeit, it’s been taken care of, but there is still a lot of leaf damage on your plant, meaning the plant is still recuperating. It will obviously grow past it’s current state and become healthy again, by way of new shoots/growth, with the most damaged leaves being sacrificed by the plant.
Clones are a direct genetic copy of their mother plant. If/when a clone is taken from a plant with issues, it shortens it’s expectancy. The clone must now overcome the issues it’s mother plant possessed and turn itself into a viable, rooting plant despite any added issues. It’s difficult for cuttings to achieve all these things, it’s not impossible, but it is difficult. Genetics play an important role here.
Rule of thumb that I have exercised for decades is to only take cuttings from healthy plants, unless forced to do otherwise. Healthy cuttings from healthy parent plants root the fastest and with much less stress, making them the ideal choice.
Brother, I have been in the same boat as you more times than I can remember and it’s always worth a try to bring back that special strain and attempt to keep it going. Apollo 11 (Jack Herer x Cinderella 99) comes from great genetics and both parental plants clone readily, that being said, I don’t think you’ll have any trouble getting those cuttings to root and pull themselves out of the rut their mother put them in!
Good luck my friend and I’m looking forward to your progress!