The CPA firm under fire for its audit of a Long Island school district that is mired in an accounting fraud is reportedly shutting its doors.

East Setauket, N.Y.-based Miller, Lilly & Pearce, which also audits 54 other school districts on Long Island and in the lower Hudson Valley, has reportedly told several local officials that it is going out of business, The New York Times reported.

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