PAULS VALLEY, Okla. (AP) — A federal parolee convicted of killing his new bride in front of horrified bystanders in a small Oklahoma town will receive the death penalty.

A Garvin County jury needed about an hour on Tuesday to determine the sentence for Franklin Cecil Green, who was found guilty last week of murdering Gloria Hunter on April 10, 2007, in Wynnewood.

The death sentence is in addition to a life prison sentence for kidnapping and a 10-year sentence for possession of a firearm that were handed down on Thursday.

Hunter, 60, and Green, then 61, married March 27, 2007, less than four months after Green was paroled from federal prison, where he had spent 26 years for kidnapping and stolen-car convictions. He had moved to Wynnewood the previous November.

Investigators said Green was concerned that Hunter would turn him into his federal probation officer because she had called police and said Green was threatening her.

Prosecutors said Green removed an electronic monitoring device from his ankle sometime before killing Hunter. She was trying to open her business, a barber shop, when Green approached her and threatened her with a gun, forcing her out the back door into an alley.

Later, she was shot three times as she tried to get away from Green in front of a popular cafe in downtown Wynnewood while motorists and business owners watched.

Wynnewood police were searching for Green at the time of the shooting. Wynnewood, which has about 2,400 residents, is about 65 miles south of Oklahoma City.

Green will be formally sentenced on Dec. 1 and then turned over to the state Department of Corrections, Garvin County District Attorney Greg Mashburn said.