The chief executive of a computer management firm has been charged with stealing his employees’ identities to obtain more than $1 million in bank loans and credit card charges, prosecutors said.

A federal grand jury indicted Terrence Chalk, 44, who founded Compulinx Managed Services of White Plains, N.Y., in 1990, along with his nephew, Damon Chalk, on charges of conspiracy, credit card fraud and making false statements to banks.