The man accused of conspiring with his daughter to kill his ex-wife is now back in New York State.

Lloyd Neurauter, 46, was extradited from New Jersey to the Steuben County jail on Friday. He was indicted on nine felonies including first-degree murder.

He is scheduled to be arraigned Monday afternoon.

Lloyd Neurauter and his 20-year-old daughter, Kerrie Neurauter, are accused of killing his ex-wife and her mother, 46-year-old Michele Neurauter, in August. Investigators claim the two allegedly staged it to look like a suicide, but it was later ruled a homicide.

The father has been charged with first-degree murder, second-degree attempted murder, burglary, conspiracy, tampering with evidence, among others.  While Kerrie, listed as an accomplice by police, is facing second-degree murder, tampering with evidence, custodial interference and conspiracy.

Karrie, an RIT student in Rochester, was arrested at her apartment in Syracuse. Her father was taken into custody in Princeton, New Jersey and will be extradited back to New York this week.

If convicted on the murder charge, he faces up to life in prison and his daughter faces 15 to 25 years behind bars.