The man was Lewis Gothamburger whom she had lured into a bizarre scheme to make Russ Faria look like a violent man.
1) This is a simple sentence even though it sounds like it could be a complex sentence if it began with "To make Russ Faria look like a violent man" but "to make" is not an adverbial phrase although infinitive phrases functions as adverbs. I've never seen an adverbial phrase begin with an infinitive phrase.
2) I'm guessing that "whom" is a direct object that modifies "Lewis Gothamburger" instead of "man" so that could be wrong.
3) "into" is a prepositional phrase functioning as a "where" adverb so it modifies the verb phrase "had lured."
4) The verb "look" is an action verb because when I used the verb "is" for the test, it didn't sound right so "to make" is an infinitive phrase functioning as an adverb modifying the verb "look."
5) It sounds like "a violent man" is renaming the object "like" (look like what?) although "a violent man" could be an indirect object.