A Belgian court sentenced Salah Abdeslam, the last surviving suspect in the Paris attacks, to 20 years in prison for terrorism-related attempted murder over a shootout with police in Brussels.

The court passed the same sentence on Abdeslam’s accomplice co-defendant Sofiane Ayari, saying there was no doubt about their involvement in extremism.

Judge Marie-France Keutgen told the courtroom that 28-year-old Abdeslam and Tunisian Sofien Ayari, 24, had been found guilty of “attempted terrorist murder” during the shootout in march 2016.

Though Abdeslam did not appear to hear his sentence, strict security measures had been implemented inside and outside of the Brussels court building, with heavily armed police patrolling the building.