US fugitive Amit Livingston lived anonymously in India for seven years

After managing to live anonymously for seven years, fugitive Amit Muddamalle Livingston was last week deported to the United States, where he is serving his 23-year sentence for murder.

New Delhi: After managing to live anonymously for seven years, fugitive Amit Muddamalle Livingston was last week deported to the United States, where he is serving his 23-year sentence for murder.

Living under the false identity of 'Sanjay Kumar', Livingston worked as a medical transcriptionist with an outsourcing firm in Secunderabad, according to a report published in The Indian Express.

He was arrested after a team of Cyberabad Police and the US embassy followed him for a year after a tip-off to confirm his identity.

They even sent Livingston's picture to his firm's manager, who confirmed his identity .

Inspector Prathap Kumar of Kushaiguda police station said that Livingston even forged PAN card, ration card and obtained a driver's license, according to the report.

The 47-year-old medical billing specialist fled to Hyderabad after he was convicted of murdering 31-year-old Hermilia Garcia Harnandez, with whom he was in a relationship, in 2005.

Livingston reportedly shot dead Harnandez after the mother of three children told him that she wanted to end their relationship.

Her body was later recovered by the police from a beach in the South Padre Island.