PARIS—Salah Abdeslam, the lone survivor of a terrorist squad that killed 130 people in attacks in Paris in 2015, has not appealed his life sentence or guilty verdict—closing the door to a second trial, a Paris appeals court said Tuesday.
A French court last month judged Abdeslam guilty on terrorism and murder charges. Nineteen others were found guilty for helping organize the Nov. 13, 2015 attacks that targeted the Bataclan music hall, bars, restaurants, and the Stade de France sports stadium.
The Paris appeals court said in a statement that none of the 20 suspects had appealed the decision.
The men were sentenced last month following a 10-month trial, with Abdeslam handed the most severe criminal sentence possible in the country with no possibility of early release.
The ISIS terrorist group has claimed responsibility for the attacks.