SANTA ANA (CBSLA) — A fugitive wanted for molesting a boy while working as a voice coach for a famous children’s choir has been brought back to the U.S. was in court Monday.

Roger Giese, now 43, fled the U.S. in 2007 – abandoning his family – and was subsequently placed on the FBI’s Most Wanted list. He left the country just before he was set to be put on trial for child molestation.

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He was ordered held on $60 million bail pending his arraignment, which was rescheduled to Aug. 29.

Roger Giese made his first court appearance Monday. (credit: CBS)

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Prosecutors say Giese sexually abused the 13-year-old boy between 1998 and 2002, first befriending his family, then while coaching him through the All-American Boys Chorus in Buena Park. Giese allegedly told the boy he was secretly a part of an elite military unit and told the boy he could join by providing bodily fluids.

Authorities found Giese in 2013, living in a small town in the English countryside. He had been working for a PR firm under a different name and with a woman who didn’t know his real identity.

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Giese had fought extradition but last year, a British judge agreed to extradite him. He was booked at Orange County jail Friday.