Jared Loughner was sentenced to life in prison Thursday for the deadly 2011 Tucson, Ariz. shooting rampage that killed six people and injured 13, including then-Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, whom he shot in the head.
U.S. District Judge Larry sentenced Loughner to seven life terms -- one for each victim killed, plus an additional sentence for Giffords' attempted assassination -- plus another 140 years without the possibility of parole.
The Arizona Republic reported both Giffords and husband Mark Kelly were in the courtroom for the sentencing. Standing beside Giffords, Kelly addressed Loughner, as did other victims of the massacre.
"You may have put a bullet in her head but you haven't put a dent in her spirit," Kelly said, according to KVOA-TV. He added that Loughner has "decades upon decades" to contemplate what he did, but "after today, Gabby and I are done thinking of you."
Loughner, now 24, declined to speak at the hearing. He pleaded guilty in August to 19 federal charges under an agreement that he would spend the rest of his life in prison without parole.
Loughner was diagnosed with schizophrenia after the shooting and underwent forcible psychotropic drug treatment.
Dr. Christina Pietz, Loughner's psychologist, testified Thursday that he was competent and able to understand the proceeding.
Burns said before announcing the sentence that Loughner had no reasonable insanity defense for what he did.
"The facts show he traveled there with the purpose of shooting Ms. Giffords," Burns said.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.