OAKLAND (KRON) — The man convicted of killing seven people in a shooting rampage at Oikos University in Oakland in 2012 will spend the rest of his life prison.

An Alameda County Superior Court judge sentenced One Goh Friday morning to seven consecutive terms of life in prison without the possibility of parole plus 271 years to life in state prison.

Goh pleaded no contest in May and was found guilty of seven counts of murder for the shooting at Oikos, a Christian vocational school located near Oakland International Airport, on April 2, 2012.

The victims were students Lydia Sim, 21, Sonam Choedon, 33, Grace Kim, 23, Doris Chibuko, 40, Judith Seymour, 53, and Tshering Bhutia, 38, as well as Katleen Ping, 24, who worked at the school.

“I would have liked a death penalty but I’m glad it’s over and there’s actually justice,” said Camella Seymour, the daughter of victim Judith Seymour.

Goh had been eligible for the death penalty before his plea deal.

The disgruntled former nursing student walked onto the campus with a .45-caliber handgun. He took a receptionist to a classroom where he fatally shot her and six students and wounded three others.

He later surrendered to grocery store employees.

His attorney, Public Defender David Klaus, says his client is “very, very sorry.”

Klaus says Goh told him he hopes that his sentence will bring “some degree of closure” to all those who were impacted by the shooting rampage.