Dylann Roof was convicted last month for the murders of nine people in a Charleston church basement in 2015.
The jury, the same that convicted Roof, announced their verdict after deliberating less than three hours. And to impose the death penalty, the jury had to reach a unanimous decision.
Roof, 22, who chose to represent himself during the penalty phase stared straight ahead or looked down the whole time.
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