Not really, here’s another interpretation, Judas was condemned to hell not for suicide, but his betrayal of our Lord.
Always the interpreter, huh? Nothing is "black and white"; not the Ten Commandments, not the Bible and definitely not the sacred VC II.
To his first repentance succeeded fell despair, which the devil pursued to his eternal destruction. If the unhappy man had sought true repentance, and observed due moderation in it, (by avoiding both extremes, presumption and despair) he might have heard a forgiving Master speaking to him these consoling words: I will not the death of a sinner, but rather that he may be converted and still live. Origen.