My money's on life.
1645 Update: My money is safe.
The jury had to be unanimous in its recommendation in order for Moussaoui to be sentenced to death. It was not, which automatically means he gets life in prison. World's greatest reporter Pete Williams just said on MSNBC that we know at least one juror voted for death, but we don't know if it's one, eleven, or somewhere in between.
For what it's worth, I think the jury made the right decision. I was never completely comfortable with Moussaoui's confession that he was part of the 9/11 plot. It smacked a little too much of the ruse of someone wanting to appear important, wanting to be famous. Life in a maximum security facility seems like a fair punishment for this nutter.
Don't get me wrong: if an unfortunate "accident" should befall Moussaoui while he's in prison, I won't lose a lot of salt.