Only if the Court of Appeals oks that, which to an outsider layperson seems... odd.
Vic absolutely has the right to appeal anything he wants to appeal.
The Judge is basically saying "If you dare appeal my decision I'm doubling your fees."
That seems like the sort of thing that the CoA would reject out of hand.
Of course, we're in a case where one of the Lawyers demanded the Judge simply refuse to let Vic appeal in the first place, so who knows what kind of clown world bullshit we're dealing with.
It's pretty standard in a decision on attorney's fees for the judge to make an estimate on the amount of attorney's fees he expects an appeal to cost the winning party. Obviously it can be appealed, but it's hardly an unusual thing for him to do; on the contrary, since he knows the losing party intends to appeal, it would be expected.