Exposition: The narrator wanted to tell the readers how he killed the old man because of his "vulture eyes."
Conflict: The narrator lives with the old man. He said that he don't want to kill the old man. It was the "evil eye" he wanted to kill.
Rising Action: Over the next seven days, every night at midnight he enters the old man's room and planning on how to get rid of the "eye."
Climax: Finally, on the eight day, the narrator kills the old man. He rips the old man's body apart and hid it under the floor.
Falling Action: Three officers of the police came to the house because one of their neighbours heard a loud scream. The narrator tells to the officer that he was the one who cried and the old man was gone to visit a friend.
Resolution: The narrator heard the old man's voice in his head so then he finally admits that he killed the old man.