suEXEC policy violation in PHP script

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I'm transferring one of my websites from my old host to InMotionHosting and I'm getting a 500 and an odd error in the logs when I attempt to access my home page (www.apoc-media.com):

[Sat Sep 12 19:01:49.097849 2015] [cgi:error] [pid 46699:tid 139800415237888] [client 24.207.184.54:50036] AH01215: suexec policy violation: see suexec log for more details: /home/blackh31/public_html/PAMEDIA/cgi-bin/default.php, referer: http://apoc-media.com/

Since I do not appear to have access to the suexec log (or any additional Apache logs), I'm not sure what header, directive, or attribute is causing this. Any ideas on what might cause this or how to access the suexec logs?
Scott
Hello,

Thank you for your question on the syEXEC policy violation. This is largely due to permissions. Check your folders and ensure they are set to 755 with the php files themselves being 644.

Kindest Regards,
Scott M