Jason Marshall, 29, acted like a MI5 specialist at that point stripped, choked, bound and covered 58-year-old Peter Fasoli with stick film.
Mr Fasoli asked for his life when Marshall debilitated him with a blade before slaughtering him.
He stole his bank cards and PIN numbers, and burnt his level to cover his tracks in January 2013.
He at that point fled to Italy, where he murdered again and assaulted a third man before being gotten.
Mr Fasoli’s demise was put down as a mishap until the point when his nephew discovered nerve racking webcam film of his last hours on his uncle’s PC hard drive.
Following a trial at the Old Bailey, Marshall was discovered liable of murder and fire related crime.
On Tuesday Judge Nicholas Hilliard QC condemned him to existence with at least 39 years for the ‘perverted’ killing.
He stated: ‘I am certain you were persuaded by a want to cause Mr Fasoli torment without his assent, which would be a fundamentally more prominent wellspring of joy or satisfaction to you.
‘You tormented him for so long in light of the fact that you delighted in it to such an extent. I’m certain that you can have felt no regret at all for what you have done.
‘Despite what might be expected, you got joy from it.’
The litigant had met Mr Fasoli on gay dating site Badoo and organized to meet him at his lodge in Northolt, west London, on the affection of a servitude sex session yet with the arrangement of looting him.
He stole £780 in the days following Mr Fasoli’s demise and utilized his bank card to purchase a flight to Italy where he proceeded with his fierce binge in Rome.
PC repairman Mr Fasoli’s murder went unfamiliar for about two years until his nephew Christopher Murgatroyd found the recording while at the same time searching for family tree inquire about on his fire-harmed hard drive.
Attendants were demonstrated the recording in which Myleene Klass’ Classic FM radio show can be heard playing out of sight.
Marshall, from East Ham, east London, who is as of now serving 16 years for the assaults in Italy, guaranteed to experience the ill effects of amnesia.
Alleviating, Tomas Quinn said his customer had a ‘strange’ history of imitating cops, ticket examiners and extraordinary constables.
Be that as it may, he was not complex, consider, long haul focused on or centered in his violations, he said.
Prosecutor Ed Brown QC told the court Mr Fasoli’s sister Ann Murgatroyd had come to court yet her child Christopher was still excessively resentful.
He stated: ‘Mrs Murgatroyd is here. The finding of the exceptionally troubling film for her child, and nephew of the perished, has evidently hosted a critical effect on the two gatherings.
‘Mrs Murgatroyd is here, her child has not felt ready to come and he keeps on being troubled by what he saw and hence his part in this grieved issue.’