Everything you need is in this
A list of kanji sorted by onyomi.
A list of components that make up the kanji (a file for components that are kanji themselves, and one for components that are not).
A font that is needed to view the kanji component list.
This list of kanji includes the 2045 kanji presented in James Heisig's Remembering the Kanji, and will be your main guide to learning kanji.
Memorize the components
After downloading the files, you have to at least be familiar with all of the components listed in the "kanji basics" and "kanji components" files before using my system. I've given them all suggested meanings already, but I'd recommend you change them to suit you best. (If you do change them, be sure to assign them meanings that are tangible and easy to imagine. Make sure objects not too big or too small.)
Use the kanji list file and start learning kanji. Memorize one group of onyomi at a time and give that group a good movie (more on how to choose movies later). Be sure you use a Spaced Repetition program to review, I recommend anki for this purpose. As for how you would go about memorizing the kanji, I'd recommend you read these posts in this order for a complete understanding of how it works:
What is the Movie Method?
Ordering of the kanji, is it that important?
Sample movie - Pulp Fiction.
I was able to finish in at a rate of 50/day. But this is a little extreme. So don't worry if you do less than that a day, the important thing is to be doing it. And be sure to keep up your reviews.