Alec Minassian, 29, was convicted last year of 10 murders and 16 attempted murders. One of the injured later died of injuries sustained in the attack.
On Monday, a judge said she considered the woman the 11th murder victim.
Minassian’s sentencing had been postponed pending a Supreme Court case on another issue regarding eligibility for parole.
Minassian will be serving multiple life sentences simultaneously, and will be eligible for parole within 25 years, but may not get it.
Judge Anne Molloy said she will send statements from victims about their ordeal and the transcript of the sentencing hearing to correctional officials so they can be taken into account when Minassian requests parole.
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