One option is to push down both mouse buttons to move and turn the mouse to turn your character. Then your other hand is free to use skills. I think many people who are very good at kiting use only their mouse for movement.
I completely fail at that method myself. I play on a laptop, and I have mapped the right/left strafe to the right and left arrows and turning to page up/page down (which are directly next to my arrow keys). That allows me to hold both the right strafe and turn left button at the same time to make circles around mobs at whatever distance i want, and leaves my left hand free to hit skills.
If you can workout how to use only your mouse for movement, in the long run that is probably most effective, but if not, play with various keys to see what allows you to use two fingers to strafe and turn, while leaving your other hand free to hit attacks. It will depend on both your keyboard layout and how you have your skills mapped, but eventually you'll find something comfortable.
So, I'm new to kiting, and so far have been using A and D to strafe left and right, while I use the right mouse button for camera turning to make a circle. I've been having difficulty using skills while doing it this way. I can't really click with the mouse, since I'm moving it to turn; and using A and D while trying to press 1-9 for skills seems really awkward.
Well, you are one of the first persons I feel like telling to press "X"
even though the camera does the things it should do...
A lot of people come on the forums asking how they can repair
their camera, because it always stays on the target no matter what they do.
In your case using the target-focus option of the camera,
would free up your mouse to press the skills you want to use.
normal gameplay, normal camera,
start kiting, press x to lock camera on target,
when done, press x again to reset the camera..
You really don't need kiting that often. If you do think you need it (ie, rune keeper) then trying to continuously face the enemy is very difficult. You need to shoot toward the side if you can, or have faster run speed than the enemy so that you can turn and face the enemy periodically to shoot. The few times I've done this I basically just want a really big area to run in and then I just run while waiting for power/morale to regen, then turn and fight normally for a little bit, then kite again.