A HAMPSHIRE paedophile who abused homeless boys in a Mumbai orphanage is back in the UK.
Allan Waters, 63, a retired Naval officer from Portchester, was deported after serving a six-year jail term in India.
He was met a Heathrow by police from Scotland Yard and made to sign the sex offenders register.
Waters, a highly respected Lieutenant Commander formerly of Cador Drive, was found guilty in 2006 of carrying out child abuse at the Anchorage shelter in Mumbai.
He was freed in 2008 by judges at the Indian High Court, who cited “lack of evidence provided by the prosecution’’.
But that decision was quashed by the country’s Supreme Court, which ordered Waters to serve the rest of his six-year jail term and pay damages and fines imposed.
Waters was arrested at New York’s John F Kennedy International Airport in 2003 on the basis of an Interpol arrest warrant and was extradited to face charges in India following a complaint from a 15-year-old boy about repeated sexual and physical abuse.
Four other boys also made similar complaints.