Wait, what? This is why I always disconnect all my other drives when installing a new OS. So disconnect all drives except the one you are installing to, I highly recommend a separate drive for each OS. On your install Pendrive, delete the EFI and replace with this one. Clear your NVRam and then...
I t looks like you are using a recovery image for your installer which requires the internet. You made your installer pen drive under Windows, correct?
What we need is a full installer downloaded from a Mac or a Hack running macOS I think.
Glad it booted, that is my efi with some things specific to my rig removed. This is an Open Core 0.6.5 efi that works great on mine. It will need some tweaks for yours, but first we need to get the OS installed so we can run hackintool to get the information we will need. It will also help to...
First thing you need to do is reset your NVRam, there are boot args in place that are not in the config.plist I made.
you can try again after the nvram reset, make sure in your bios you have csm disabled and above 4g enabled.
On your pendrive, delete everything in your efi patition after coping it some where safe.
extract the attached efi and copy the folder to your efi partition on your pendrive.
discontect your Windows 10 drive from the system to be safe.
Try booting from the pendrive and let us know if it boots.