AUGUSTA — A Boston-based lawyer convicted of tax evasion has been indefinitely suspended from practicing law in Maine.

Christopher M. Uhl was temporarily suspended from practicing in Maine in August, after Massachusetts imposed similar discipline.

The Maine Supreme Judicial Court decided this week to make the suspension indefinite.

Uhl will not be allowed to apply for reinstatement in Maine until May 2015.

Uhl was convicted in 2010 of tax evasion for failing to pay more than $233,000 in employment taxes. He was sentenced to 33 months in prison and two years of supervised release. He was also ordered to pay a $7,500 fine and $615,796 in restitution.