NEW YORK -- A smiling man who admitted he shot and killed six people in a month-long orgy of murder because he felt 'the Christmas Spirit' was sentenced Monday to at least 150 years in prison.
David Bullock, 21, of Manhattan, smiled several times as state Supreme Court Justice Burton Roberts imposed the sentence.
Roberts gave Bullock six consecutive terms of 25 years to life for the murders, but said he did not feel the sentence was harsh enough.
'God will give you the rest,' the judge said.
One of Bullock's victims during the killing spree in December 1981 was James Weber, a performer with the Metropolitan Light Opera company who was shot in the head in Central Park.
Another victim was Bullock's roommate, Michael Winley, 29, who was shot two days before Christmas andhis body dumped in the Harlem River.
'I was in the Christmas spirit. It made me happy. I enjoy what I do,' Bullock told the judge when he pleaded guilty to six counts of second-degree murder Oct. 26.
Bullock told the judge he liked shooting people because of the power it gave him over them.
Also murdered were Edwina Atkins, 23; Stephen Glen Hassel, 29, Herberto Morales, 50, and Eric Fuller, 28.
Bullock said he had told Miss Atkins about Weber's murder before he killed her.
Psychiatrists who examined Bullock determined he was not suffering from any mental disease. Bullock said he felt no remorse about his actions.