It appears that Paul Hill won't serve the two life terms to which he was sentenced just last week. Today a judge sentenced the antiabortion activist to death in the electric chair for slaying an abortion doctor and his bodyguard outside a Pensacola, Florida abortion clinic. Hill listened with a blank look on his face as Judge Frank Bell read his sentence. But an abortion foe who was in court yelled out: "This man is innocent and his blood will be on your hands, the hands of the people of the state of Florida and on the jury!" The judge said he had rejected life in prison -- an option he had -- because Hill had paused briefly in the parking lot of the clinic after the shooting before throwing down his shotgun and calmly walking off. "The defendant was looking at what he had accomplished with pride and satisfaction," the judge said. Hill's death sentence will be automatically appealed to the Florida Supreme Court.