I would say, yes. If anyone is worthy of it, he is.
But, he will spend the rest of his life in a cell and that, will be no picnic. If it were up to me, I'd put him in the general population and see how long he'd last. My guess would be, not very long. But for his protection, he will most likely segregated from the general population. That means for the rest of his life he will live in a box, where the walls will close in on him, daily.
Death is too quick, too humane for this rat. He is 37 years old, so he stands to live a long life in a nasty cell, listening to the rantings and tauntings of other insane killers day in and day out, and he will eat the worst food in the world. Even in our worst days, we can at least say we have hope. But he will have none.