The fiend who allegedly torched his girlfriend and bashed her skull with a hammer was indicted Tuesday, prosecutors said.
Larry McGloster, 26, made a brief appearance in Manhattan Criminal Court, where he was notified about the grand jury vote in his case.
The exact counts have not yet been unsealed.
He surrendered to authorities last week to face charges of assault, attempted murder and arson after the terrifying June 12 attack on the Upper West Side.
Prosecutors said McGloster fled after the incident in his eighth-floor apartment at the Douglass Houses on Columbus Ave., where he allegedly doused Alicia Avery, 32, with turpentine and set her on fire around 11:45 a.m.
Avery suffered burns to 90% of her body and also a fractured skull after the hammer attack. Her injuries also included bloody gashes on her head and damage to her teeth.
She ran for her life from the apartment McGloster shared with his mother. A neighbor put the flames out with a blanket as the woman visiting from Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, cried for help, according to court papers.