The former chairman and CEO of a New York software company who orchestrated a $2.2 billion accounting fraud is out of prison.
Newsday (http://nwsdy.li/2mRyAgI ) reported Friday that Sanjay Kumar was released in late January. He served nearly 10 years.
Kumar was CEO when the Islandia (eye-LAN'-dee-ah)-based company was known as Computer Associates. It now operates as CA Technologies. A spokeswoman says the company has moved "well past that era."
Kumar's attorney says he is happy his client is home.
Kumar also is a former co-owner of the New York Islanders. He sold his interest in 2004 to Computer Associates founder Charles Wang.