Gosnell was convicted yesterday of first-degree murder in the deaths of three babies who were delivered alive and then killed in his clinic.
"Gosnell gave up his appeal rights Tuesday, and prosecutors agreed to two life sentences without parole," reports Associated Press.
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"Pennsylvania authorities failed to conduct routine inspections of all its abortion clinics for 15 years by the time Gosnell's facility was raided," reports ABC News. "In the scandal's aftermath, two top state health officials were fired, and Pennsylvania imposed tougher rules for clinics."
Earlier: Abortion Doctor Kermit Gosnell Guilty on Three Counts of First-Degree Murder